Sat April 27, 2019 Bothell, WA US 98011 Directions
5K Run/Walk


8:30AM PDT - 11:00AM PDT
1 Mile Walk

1 Mile Walk

8:30AM PDT - 11:00AM PDT
Family Registration-5K

Family Registration-5K

8:30AM PDT - 11:00AM PDT
Family Registration-1 Mile

Family Registration- 1Mile

8:30AM PDT - 11:00AM PDT

What is the Can Do 5k?

The Can Do 5K is an event that celebrates all abilities! In our 11th year, we are offering two events: a 5K Run/Walk and a 1 Mile Walk plus Kid Dashes. Races are USATF certified & professionally chip timed; this is a great event for experienced runners and beginners alike. We hope to see you on Saturday April 27, 2019 – you CAN DO it!


19200 120th Ave NE
Bothell, WA US 98011
Registration Fees


      Register by December 31st
      Individual: $35
      Family: $50

      Register by April 1st
      Individual: $40
      Family: $60

      After April 1st:
      Individual: $45
      Family: $65


Register at These Stores

Everyday Athlete | Kirkland | 425.821.4301
Run26 | Mill Creek | 425.948.6495
Super Jock ’n Jill | Redmond | 425.658.4929
Northshore YMCA | Bothell | 425.485.9797

Packet Pick-Up

Friday, April 26, 10 am – 7 pm, Seattle Times Building (19200 120th Ave NE, Bothell, WA 98011)

In order to take advantage of early packet pickup, we must have your completed registration by the following dates:

Online complete by April 25
Mail-in postmarked by April 10
In-Store registration submitted by April 14


Race Prizes

★  5K – First, Second & Third place male overall
★  5K – First, Second & Third place female overall

Team Awards

★  Largest Team
★  Fastest Team
★  Biggest Fundraiser
★  Best Team Spirit
★  Youngest Team
★  Oldest Team
★  NSD Challenge Team

Race Prizes
Participants registered as a Family will be eligible for the overall individual race prizes




You can view your results at Woodinville Running Company website at

Course Map

Click on the link to see the map for the races

1 Mile



Race Contact Info

If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.

Race Schedule

Race Day Schedule
7:15 am Registration and packet pick-up (Closes at 8:20)
8:30 am 5K Run and Walk Start*
9:45 am Awards
9:45 am Kids Dashes

* Runners will line up by pace time. Please allow enough time to locate your pace time. 

Kids Dashes
All kids, aged 3 to 12, are invited to join in the free kids dashes after the Awards Ceremony. Each participant will receive a ribbon.

Age Categories for Kids Dashes
★ Preschoolers
★ K – First grade
★ 2nd – 3rd grade
★ 4th – 5th grade
★ 6th grade

Race Start is at the Seattle Times North Creek Location, 19200 120th Ave NE, Bothell 98011

Parking & Directions

Participants are highly encouraged to use the South Parking Lot, just south of the Seattle Times building.
From 405 South
★ Exit 24 (Beardslee/195th) and turn LEFT (east) onto 195th
★ RIGHT onto North Creek Pkwy. South
★ LEFT onto 120th and follow parking signs
From 405 North
★ Exit 24 (Beardslee/195th) and turn RIGHT onto 195th
★ RIGHT onto North Creek Pkwy. South
★ LEFT onto 120th and follow parking signs
From 522 West
★ Exit 202 SR/Woodinville and turn RIGHT
★ Immediate LEFT onto 180th
★ Travel 3/4 mile to parking signs on RIGHT (180th turns into 120th Ave)
From 522 East
★ Exit 202 SR/Woodinville and turn LEFT
★ LEFT onto 180th
★ Travel 3/4 mile to parking signs on RIGHT (180th turns into 120th Ave)

Recommended parking is in The Seattle Times Employee Parking lot, south of the race start on 120th Ave NE. There will be several tournaments in the area that day and parking in the Seattle Times lot will provide the quickest entry and exit.
Disabled drop off will be allowed directly across from the Seattle Times in the YMCA parking lot.
Registration and start/finish line is in front of the main lobby of The Seattle Times, which is 200 yards North of the parking lot.

Early Packet Pick-Up
Save time on the day of and pick up your packet early! If you have registered online by Wednesday, April 24th by midnight or by mail in by Monday, April 10, you can pick up your packet Friday, April 26 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Seattle Times in Bothell.