Register in pairs - one Cop and one Robber or register as a single and meet your Cop or Robber at the event!
Rumor has it that on June 8, 2013, Robbers are going to stage a jail break at 6:27. The Cops have someone on the inside giving them information, and will sound the alarm at 6:30 p.m. - and THE CHASE BEGINS!!!!
Every Robber has a loot bag and every Cop is trying to get it! Throw the bag in the Cops or Robbers bin at the end of the race and divvy up the loot!!!
Come as you are or come in disguise; Deputy Dog, Barney Fife, or Sheriff Andy - Jesse James, Bonnie & Clyde, or Charmin' Charlie - Get Creative!
Special prizes and awards for Best Disguise, Fastest Combined Cop & Robber Teams, Precious Prisoner, Dashingly Delectable Deputy, Most Infamous (and recognizable) Cop & Robber Costume . . . and other mysterious prizes for Cops & Cons, Flatfoot & Felon, Malefactor & The Man, Jailbird & Fuzz, Good Guy & Wise Guy!
Can you catch your robber?! Can you elude your Cop?!
After the Chase, join the Scene of the Crime Singles & Post-Chase Warden Party at the Denver Beer Company (17th & Platte St.). See who was caught, who's on the lamb, and which Cops and Robbers are now being held in the Official Cops and Robbers Detention Center at the Denver Beer Company!
FREE (adult & youth) BEVERAGES and access to the Bread, Water & Donut Buffet! Trust us, it's better than the 3 squares they serve in the 9 to 5 cube lockdown!
RUN, COPS and ROBBERS, RUN!!!!!!!
Strollers & Pets Welcome, but please be courteous and attentive of other runners!
Crime Stoppers is a partnership between the community, the media, and law enforcement whose mandate is to work together to solve and prevent crime. The mission of Crime Stoppers is to encourage responsibility and involvement of the public in the awareness, control and prevention of crime.
Visit www.MetroDenverCrimeStoppers.Com to learn more about our Nonprofit Event Partner, Metro Denver Crime Stoppers!
Venture Prep High School is proud to sponsor the Park Hill Panther Run, a 5K Run and Bike Cruiser designed to support both the school and the Park Hill community.
Come out on Saturday, June 8 for the Park Hill Panther 5K Run & Bike Cruiser, sponsored by Venture Prep High School. This is a great way to get involved in a fun event to support a premier high school and the Park Hill Community.
Join us for a fast run, a casual walk or a bike cruise through the beautiful Park Hill neighborhood!
All participants welcome! Individual entry starts at $15, Family entry is $30 (up to 4 family members). Come out and join the fun!
The event is particularly important to the school's principal, Ken Burdette, who works and lives in Park Hill. Ken is proud of the value that Venture Prep adds to the community. Venture Prep High School offers a college-bound education to all scholars, including 100% college acceptance rates for the classes of 2012 and 2013.
"With so much attention on the Smiley Campus, this event is a great opportunity for the community to come together and support Venture Prep, a strong school in a strong neighborhood."
You don't want to miss this mid-summer half marathon and 5K/10K. Hosted at Central Park in Stapleton, the course takes you through the park, out along Sand Creek Regional Greenway and through Bluff Lake Nature Center. Along the east-bound portion of the course you'll experience the transition from the Stapleton neighborhood and the wide expanse of Westerly Creek to the stunning rural solitude of Denver's own nature and wildlife preserve. Coming back from atop Bluff Lake Nature Center you'll experience captivating views that blend the Downtown Denver Skyline with the front range - all against the backdrop of the Continental Divide.
This event supports Bluff Lake Nature Center, a unique urban wildlife refuge and outdoor classroom in east Denver.
Every year nearly 5,000 area elementary students visit Bluff Lake as part of one of the formal education programs.
Thousands of additional visitors enjoy Bluff Lake to enjoy a few moments walking, running and embracing the solace and connection to nature!
You can run Bluff Lake by connecting along the Sand Creek Regional Greenway from the east at the Aurora/Denver border or from the west, just northeast of Central Park at Stapleton or from.
Come join us for this phenomenal half marathon, 5K and 10K!
In partnership with the Arvada Harvest Festival and Homefront Heroes, we are proud to present the Sixth Annual:
9/11 REMEMBRANCE HALF MARATHON, 5K/10K/10M!!
Join us as we partner with the Arvada Harvest Festival in the 2013 theme of Honoring America's Heroes. Run/Walk with active, former and retired military members as America Goes the Distance!
This year the Start and Finish Lines for all event distances will be at the Arvada Harvest Festival! All pre-event expo and staging - including beverages, food, music, honorary color guard, national anthem and more will be at the Arvada Library, 57th & Olde Wadsworth in Olde Town Arvada!
With police escort, all event distances follow the Arvada Harvest Festival Parade route, lined with spectators, down Olde Wadsworth to Ralston Road and back, with the 10K, 10M and Half Marathon peeling off onto the out-and-back along Ralston Creek and Clear Creek Trails.
All event distances meet at the Finish Line at Mcllvoy Park at Ralston Road and Upham St. where they will enjoy all of the following and more!
Food and Beverages
Coffee and Hot Chocolate
Adult's Zone (Beer Garden)
MAKE A DAY OF IT!
MORE Live Music
Petting Zoo and Pony Rides
More than 110 Booths with Crafts, Entertainment and More
Home Depot Kid Zone Hands-On Projects
And much, much MORE!
This event is available for competitive and recreational runners and walkers. Strollers and pets are also welcome for all event distances!!
Team participants please see below for team requirements!
Due to overwhelming participation by our members, we are proud to bring back the second annual NACAC National Conference Start of the Day 5K Run/Walk presented by Olympian Level Sponsor: Campus Explorer!!
This year, the “Start of the Day” event will take place on Friday, September 20th, at 6:30 A.M. NACAC members will have the opportunity to join their friends and colleagues, as well as local competitors, for what is sure to be a fun event you won't want to miss - the perfect way to jump start your Friday morning - while also experiencing the beauty of the downtown Toronto waterfront! Designed to encourage camaraderie and friendly competition, registrants can choose to run or walk and can participate as an individual or as a member of a team. Strollers, pets and iPod use are also welcome. Following completion of the race, participants and spectators will also be rewarded with various post-race awards and festivities including food and beverages.
Registration for this event benefits the NACAC Imagine Fund. Each year the NACAC awards grants from this fund to college counseling professionals so they participate in professional development programming or implementation of special projects designed to assist them in most effectively guiding their students through the transition process from high school to post-secondary education.
Both participants and non-participants will also have the opportunity to raise additional support for the Imagine Fund through the fundraising feature. Click the Fundraising button on the right-hand side of this page to be directed to our 5K fundraising site to contribute a flat donation through the Donate Now feature. Share this link with colleagues, friends and family so they too can contribute to your 5K fundraising efforts!
New in 2013 - Sleep-In Registration
So a 6:30 a.m. jaunt along the harbor isn't your cup of tea, eh? You can still show your support with a Sleep-In Registration - while everyone else is moving, you're still snoozing!
About our Presenting Sponsor
Campus Explorer helps consumers use the power of information to easily find, compare, and choose their school. For schools, CampusExplorer.com is focused on producing one of the highest start rates in the industry and the most informative and efficient marketing channel available.
Why Home Sweet Home? Colorado's premier Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) has served Denver and the Front Range for over 120 years. Each day at the VNA, we focus on providing vital home health, hospice and wellness services to Coloradans in 15 counties from Broomfield to Pueblo. We believe that every individual deserves compassionate and expert care, and that all patients should have the opportunity to remain at home while healing or coping with health challenges.
We are here to serve the Front Range communities and would be honored to help you or your loved one in supporting optimal well-being, independence and dignity at your Home Sweet Home.
Your participation helps to provide emergency medical care and items to people in need.
Funds raised from this event support Visiting Nurse Association's (VNA) Heart of Caring fund, which provides emergency care and items to VNA's low-income and medically under and uninsured patients struggling with illness and isolation.
Click on the Home Sweet Home link or the Fundraising button to learn more about Visiting Nurse Association!