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1-mile, point-to-point race down Burlington's Pine Street followed by fun at the Art Hop. Race starts near The Soda Plant, close to the intersection of Pine and Maple Streets and finishes at the Champlain Elementary School. Bib pick-up at Skirack Saturday, September 7, from 1 - 7 PM as well as on race morning from 8:00 - 9:15 AM. Race starts at 9:30 AM.
Q: Can my child run with me in the Merry Mile?
A: Yes! As long as you and your child are both registered for the Merry Mile.
Q: Can I run with my child in the Youth Mile?
A: Yes! As long as you and your child are both registered for the Youth Mile (the Youth Mile adult entry fee goes toward a donation). All runners on the course must wear a bib.
Q: Can my child run with me in the Challenge Mile?
A: Yes! As long as you and your child are both registered for the Challenge Mile and you are willing to risk losing 'Fastest in the Family' status.
Q: Why is the Merry Mile entry fee $30/$35?
A: $15 of the entry fee will go toward a donation of your choice.
Q: Where does the money from donations go?
A: During registration you can select your donation to go toward either RunVermont's Youth Programs or SEABA (South End Arts and Business Association).
After registering you will receive a special referral link to share with friends and family. If 2 register using your referral link you will receive a $5 credit. Yes, they must use your referral link for you to get credit. Make it 'Merry' or make it a 'Challenge!'
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Near The Soda Plant, close to the intersection of Pine and Maple Streets in Burlington, VT.Open in External Application
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