Nocona Mardi Gras 5k & 10k

Sat February 22, 2020 Nocona, TX US 76255 Directions

Mardi Gras 5k

8:30AM CST - 11:59AM CST

Mardi Gras 10k

8:30AM CST - 11:59AM CST
200 Grayson St.
Nocona, TX US 76255

WHAT:  5th Annual Mardi Gras – Nocona Style 5k & 10k Run/Walk

 WHEN:  Saturday, February 22, 2020 (Mardi Gras costumes are encouraged!)

·            6:30 AM – Race Day Registration and Packet Pickup

·            8:00 AM – Packet Pickup and chip timing CLOSES

·            8:30 AM – 5k & 10k Run/Walk


Packet Pickup and Start Line:

First United Methodist Church

200 Grayson St.

Nocona, TX 76255


Finish Line and Awards Ceremony:

Mardi Gras Headquarters

___ Clay St.

Nocona, TX 76255



5k - Individuals

·            5k (Early, by February 1st) - $25

·            5k (Regular & At Packet Pickup, February 2nd – February 21) - $30

·            5k (Race Day, February 22) - $35

10k - Individuals

·            10k (Early, by February 1st) - $30

·            10k (Regular & At Packet Pickup, February 2nd – February 21) - $35

·            10k (Race Day, February ) - $40

NOTE: T-shirt size & availability not guaranteed for 5k or 10k registrations after February 1st. 


Early Packet Pickup (** TO BE UPDATED/CONFIRMED **):

·            Date/Times: Friday, February 21, 2018 (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM)

First United Methodist Church

200 Grayson St.

Nocona, TX 76255



·        Age group awards will be given out for males and females in 10 year increments from 20 to 59 as well as masters for both distances.

·         Prize(s) for the best Mardi Gras Costume, Best Group Costume will be awarded.



·            Racing services provided by  _______


All funds raised through this race, the Fifth Annual Mardi Gras – Nocona Style 5k & 10k, will go directly to support the students in the Nocona Indian Band, Choir and Color Guard through the Band Booster Club. 

Over the years, the Band Booster Club has been able to assist these student programs by doing things such as: buying new Color Guard uniforms, providing student dinners at out-of-town competitions, buying equipment for the Marching Band performances, paying for instrument repairs and providing scholarships to students who are going to further their education in music. Studies have shown that students who participate in activities such as Band and Choir perform better in standardized testing and have increased math scores.  We are proud that our school district does a phenomenal job offering these and other extracurricular activities and are thrilled that these students can receive support from the community.

Thank you for your support!

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