Flock Cancer Street Stroll

Sat May 13, 2023 Boise, ID 83702 US Directions

Flock Cancer Street Stroll

($25: Ages 0 - 12)
10:00AM MDT - 12:00PM MDT Price increases after May 1, 2023 at 11:59pm MDT
Race Costs

The cost of the race during registration is added when you select your shirt for the event.  Adult $35 and children $25 for registration by May 1st.  Late registration 


Flock Cancer Street Stroll is a community event to celebrate, honor, raise awareness and money for local breast cancer fighters and families. We will gather to stroll the blocks along Harrison Boulevard in Boise, Idaho.  The rain or shine stroll is one loop – starting and ending where you please – clockwise around the boulevard. THERE IS NO START OR FINISH LINE!! Enjoy the historic homes, the festive flocking décor, the encouraging homeowner decorations as well as sponsor support. The stroll can be done any time between 10 and noon around the 1 mile loop of Harrison boulevard. Before or after the stroll please join us at the Albertson's Flock Party on Hazel street to take group photos, grab a bite from the food trucks and Survivors can visit the Survivor tent for a delightful gift from our generous sponsors! 

Packet Pickup

Packet pick up info coming soon!!

Historic Harrison Boulevard
Boise, ID US 83702

Our stroll takes place on Boise's Historic Harrison Boulevard.  There is no starting line or start time.  Where ever you enter Harrison is your starting point to walk a loop on the mile long Boulevard.  Enjoy the flocking decor, the homeowner's cheering stations and the sponsor booths.  Parking is open in the North End.  Before or after the event, join us on Hazel Street between 16th and Harrison for our first annual Albertson's Flock Party to visit the food truck, enjoy music from The River and K-HITS, take pictures at the photo back drop, and Survivors can visit the Survivor tent for their swag. 

Race Website

Additional race information can be found at http://www.flockcanceridaho.org.

Race Contact Info
If you have any questions about this race, please contact the race director at
Charity Partners

Flock Cancer Idaho is an organization dedicated to organizing events to honor the legacy of and to celebrate breast cancer survivors, caregivers and their families and to use the events to raise money for vital Treasure Valley recovery and care programs which can improve those journeys.  We are a fully volunteer based organization with NO paid staff.  The money raised and pledged to Flock Cancer first goes to support the costs for the Street Stroll event, and then goes directly to our charity partners.  We are excited to partner this year with the YMCA Oncology Program and Bustin Out Of Boise.

The YMCA Oncology Recovery Program is designed to meet the needs of cancer survivors before, during and/or after treatment in a safe and supportive environment. Research shows that when geared specifically to the patient, exercise is safe for all physical levels of ability. Additionally, it is suggested that interaction with individuals who have similar circumstances may lead to benefits beyond exercise alone.  Participants partake in physical and social activities focused on strengthening the whole person and improving quality of life. By shifting the emphasis away from the disease, participants move beyond cancer in spirit, mind, and body.

Bustin Out Of Boise is a 15 year old non-profit founded in Boise as a 'gap filler' organization to walk beside cancer fighters, survivors and their families to help them during their journey with aid and services they might need to support them and their families. 

We are so proud to be able to directly support programs and organizations in our valley that will directly help people locally!


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