Costumes are Welcome!
Saturday, October 14, 2017
Onsite Registration – 7:00AM
Race Start – 8:00AM
Pancake Breakfast – 8:30AM
Open House & Nature Store – 9:00AM-12Noon
The 5K starts at the Environmental Studies Center, runs behind the Center on the Cross Seminole Trail for 1.5K and back, then participants go “off road” for 1K and back on the scenic Osprey Trail. We finish at the Environmental Studies Center with our traditional pancake breakfast, awards presentation, Open House and Nature Store.
(All registration is non-refundable)
Adults 18 & Up:
$25 through October 8*
$30 October 9 – October 13
$35 Day of Race (Cash or credit card only)
$20 for Sleep-In Option
Youth 17 & Under:
$15 through October 8*
October 9 – 13 and Day of Race
*Register by September 18th to ensure
Want to contribute to this event but not interested in getting up early? Participate in our "Sleep-In" option. Register for the event by choosing the "Sleep-In" option and pick your t-shirt size. The morning of the event you can stay snuggled in bed knowing you have contributed and will also get a t-shirt!
Early Packet Pick Up:
Pre-race packet pick up will be Friday, October 13 – that’s Friday the 13th, from 3:00PM – 7:00PM at the Environmental Studies Center, 2985 Osprey Trail, Longwood, FL 32750. Across CR419 from Soldiers Creek Park ball fields. Packets will also be available on race day starting at 7:00AM.
All participants are invited to the Environmental Studies Center after their run to enjoy a complimentary pancake breakfast. Spectators are welcome to join in for a donation. Donations are always welcome!
The Environmental Studies Center will be open to the public including the museum and nature store.
All registered participants will receive an event day t-shirt. Shirt sizes and availability not guaranteed for registrations after September 18th.
This event will NOT be officially timed. There will be a time clock at the start/finish line but no official results will be calculated.
Medals will be awarded at our pancake breakfast for the
Top 3 Female & Top 3 Male
The Traveling Trophies will be awarded to the SCPS elementary, middle and high schools with the most participation (staff & students).
About this Event:
Proceeds from this event will benefit the Seminole County Environmental Studies Center.
For safety reasons, in-line skates, skateboards, and dogs will not be allowed in the race. Headphones are discouraged. Baby-joggers and strollers will be allowed however are required to start at the back of the starting coral.
Parking is available at Soldiers Creek Ball Fields across the street from the Environmental Studies Center. There will be Sheriff’s Officers to assist in crossing over SR419 the morning of the event.
For additional event questions, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Friends of the Environmental Studies Center is an authorized program of The Foundation for Seminole County Public Schools, a 501(c)3 organization.
|2014 Fun Run |
| Race Start Photos|
| Race Photos|
| Award Photos|
Pictured Left to Right School Board Vice Chairman Dede Schaffner, First Place Runner Mamush and Superintendent
Dr. Walt Griffin
|Pictured from Left to Right Second Place Kayamo and First Place Mamush with Proud Parents|