Eerie Erie 2016 registration is now live on Active.com.
Register Online Here!
If needed, you can
download a mail in form – MAIL NO LATER THAN OCTOBER 20.
Based on great feedback from last year we are planning the same course and bib-chip timing this year.
Download the course maps:
Location: Erie Middle School, 650 Main Street, Erie, CO 80516
Race Day: Saturday, October 29
Packet pickup & On-site registration: 7:30am – 9:00am
We will have light breakfast munchies, coffee & hot chocolate available
And don’t forget to pick up your awesome long-sleeve, hi-performance shirts!! Very cool design this year.
Race Start Times*:
10K Run start: 9:30 am
5K Run/Walk start: 9:45 am (Strollers and dogs on leashes allowed but please line up in the back of the line of runners. Thank you)
Kiddie Goblin Run start: 10:30 am (on school track 1/4 mile -no age restrictions, no registration required)
Four Race Series $1,000 Winner Selected
Raffle for prizes
Check the weather
Here is a post from our 2015 event
All proceeds benefit programs for the youth of our community.
Eerie Erie has joined the
Four Race Series which means you have a chance at winning a nice cash prize at the Eerie Erie.
We look forward to seeing you there.
* Race times are subject to change – please check here for the latest information.
2016 Homecoming Parade
The Optimist Club is proud to announce the 2016 Erie Tigers Homecoming Parade.
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It turned out to be a great day – even though there was a ‘little’ snow on the ground. Thanks to all that made the event a great success!
Thank you all who participated in yesterday’s event. Everything went incredibly smoothly and we set a new attendance record – 946 runners!
Results are posted here.
contact us with your comments, feedback and suggestions to help us make next year’s 34th annual event an even better experience.
The Optimist Club of Erie, who organizes this event needs to secure approvals from several town government agencies as well as secure insurance for th e event itself. A number of these agencies have voiced concerns related to candy throwing, specifically parents not controlling their children from running in front of moving vehicles as well as people getting struck by candy being rocketed at them from aggressive children on the floats. These concerns have been raised based on previous years’ experience in the event, and it is for these reasons that the policies have been established as they have for this year’s event. There will be no throwing candy this year.
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