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Saturday, August 13, 2022
Registration and Vendor Booths- 6 AM
Survivor 5k and Dog Walk - 8am
Vendors and drinks following 5k and Dog Walk
Four Day Ray Brewing
11671 Lantern Rd., Fishers, IN 46038
Get moving at the Survivor 5K and Dog Walk at Four Day Ray Brewing! This timed, 5K course can be run, jogged or walked by the whole family - leashed and in-stroller pups included. With awesome finisher medals, shirts and swag, you won't want to miss this 5K benefiting the lost, abandoned and neglected animals at the Humane Society for Hamilton County.
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND: Woofstock Survivor 5K & Dog Walk VIRTUAL Race!
All race participants will receive a free drink ticket to redeem at Four Day Ray on the day of the event. Alcoholic beverages require a wristband. To obtain, present ID at HSHC merchandise tent across the street from FDR.
• For registration after July 21st, t-shirt sizes not guaranteed. Due to shipping delays after July 21, t-shirts and medals may not be fulfilled until after the event. T-shirts and medals may picked up post event at HSHC or available for shipping at attendee’s cost at $10. Overseas shipping fee varies.
Race packets with shirts and bibs will be available to pick up at the following times:
Thursday, August 11: 4-7PM at Humane Society for Hamilton County (10501 Hague Road, Fishers, IN 46038)
Friday, August 12: 3-5PM at Humane Society for Hamilton County (10501 Hague Road, Fishers, IN 46038)
Saturday, August 13: 6-7:30am at Four Day Ray (race day registration)
There are 4 parking garages and 150+ surface spots within walking distance of Four Day Ray. You may park in any available garage or spot.
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As one of the few open admission, truly no-kill shelters in the country, the Humane Society for Hamilton County rescues the hardest to place and save animals, regardless of age, breed, special medical or behavior need and cost. These animals, under the love and care of HSHC's staff and volunteers, blossom into their personalities, moving on to their happily ever afters with new families.
The Survivor Program funds the life-saving care these animals need, from emergency surgeries and severe trauma to upset tummies and chronic pain in senior pets. This program is fully funded through donations and fundraising events - just like the race you're about to sign up for. Proceeds from Woofstock benefit these animals, and give them the much needed chance to live, love and be loved.
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