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Join us for the 2nd Annual VIPS 5K For The 5 Senses Family Run/Walk on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 9am at The Club at UK's Spindletop Hall. This unique family friendly event will invigorate all of your senses as you run or walk throughout the beautiful grounds of Spindletop Hall and the Legacy Trail. Sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch....your senses will come alive as you help to support a great cause! Awards will be presented to the Top 3 M/F Overall Finishers in this race. Plan to stay and join us for the SENSEsational Spot, where there will be tons of hands on activities for kids and adults to explore using their 5 Senses
ONLINE REGISTRATION will remain open until 11:59pm on Friday, October 19th. There will also be in person registration at the race from 7:30-9am on Saturday.
PACKET PICKUP will be from 7:30-9am on race morning (Saturday, 10/20) in the back parking lot of The Club at UK's Spindletop Hall. You'll be able to park close to where you pickup your packet. There is no advanced day packet pickup for this race.
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Visually Impaired Preschool Services (VIPS) is the only nonprofit agency in Kentucky or Indiana that provides early intervention and educational services to children who are blind and visually impaired from birth to age 5. VIPS provides comprehensive support for parents, siblings, grandparents and the whole family. VIPS believes that children with visual impairments are children first and need the same types of experiences as other children. They need to play with friends, swing on swings and go to new places. However, these children have to gather information about the world in different ways. Certified teachers from VIPS who specialize in early childhood education can show these children how to use their remaining vision and other senses to learn about their world. Parents and caregivers also learn about their child’s diagnosis, are provided with tools for teaching at home, and gain a better understanding on how to advocate for their child.
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