Sat May 7, 2022 New Iberia, LA 70560 US Directions
Events

1 Mile Fun Run/Walk

8:00AM CDT
Open to ages 1 - 100.

1 Mile Team Discount

8:00AM CDT
Open to ages 1 - 100.

5K Run/Walk

8:30AM CDT
Open to ages 1 - 100.

5k Team Discount

8:30AM CDT
Open to ages 1 - 100.
Place
128 W. Main St
New Iberia, LA US 70560
Description

Bayou Side Run

May 7, 2022 from 8:00am - 11:00 am

128 W. Main St, New Iberia, LA 70560

( Bouligny Plaza)

Celebrate National Mental Health Awareness Month by joining Heart for Iberia and Iberia Mental Health Initiative for their annual Bayou Side Run. On Saturday, May 7, 2022, grab your person or persons to be “bayou” side as we race the streets of New Iberia raising mental health awareness and funds for Iberia Mental Health Initiative. Registration will include entry into the 5k and/or 1-mile run/walk, t-shirt, finisher medal and an experience of a lifetime. Chip timing will be used for the 5k.

Thank you for choosing to partner with Heart for Iberia and Iberia Mental Health Initiative as we seek to raise mental health awareness in our community. 

 

Registration Fees (Early & Late Fees & dates):

Early Registration 5k: $25.00

Early Registration 1 Mile Fun Run: $25.00

Team Discount 10 or more : $20.00 per individual

Late Registration is April 16th - May 5th: $30.00

 

Must Register by April 15th to be guaranteed a shirt AND finisher medal

 

Packet Pickup (Location, Date & Time):

Pelican’s on the Bayou: 5 Jefferson Street, New Iberia, LA.

Thursday, May 5th, from 4:30-7:30 PM.

On Site Day of Race 6:00 am - 7:30 am

 

Age Groups:

·       1-14,15-19,20-29,30-39,etc. 70+

 

Awards

·       Top Overall Male & Female, & 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Male & Female each age group for the 5K

 

The Race Benefits:

  • Iberia Mental Health Initiative
    • The Iberia Mental Health Initiative is a coalition of concerned citizens dedicated to identifying and addressing the mental health needs of our community.  We are composed of medical and mental health professionals, legal and law enforcement professionals, education personnel, clergy, and suicide awareness advocates, and other community supporters. All proceeds are poured back into the community to help raise awareness for mental health through programs and events. 

We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and communications from the CDC and other health authorities. We are committed to open communication with our participants, volunteers, partners, and the racing community. We will update the status of our event as often as we have new information. Our number one priority is to put on a safe event. Please stay safe, healthy and active during this time.

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