SuperHero Fun Run FAQs2019-02-26T13:18:48-07:00

Sunday, March 3, 2019
7:30 am at East La Loma Park
Modesto, CA

A: Nope, it’s not too late! You can register online until 12 p.m. on Friday, March 1, 2019. You can also register the day of the Fun Run between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m.

A: Yes, it’s included, but you must register by February 15, 2019 to get a t-shirt so we have enough time to order the various sizes.

A: Each kid 10 years old and under can run for free with one adult registration.

A: You can pick up your t-shirt and bib the day before the Fun Run on Friday, March 1, 2019 between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. at our Center for Human Services main office in Modesto at 2000 W. Briggsmore Ave, Suite I – use the Administrative Entrance on the left side of the building. Or you can pick them up the day of the race, March 3, between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. at the check-in area.

A: Arrive at East La Loma Park early to find parking. There’s a small parking lot by the pavilion at the bottom of the hill or you can park on the street on Edgebrook Drive. See map.

A: Bathrooms are conveniently located west of the pavilion and next to the playground. We recommend bringing toilet paper and wipes, just in case.

A: You’re welcome to run/walk with strollers – please note that runners and walkers with strollers will start the race after other runners and walkers.

A: Our four-legged friends are welcome. Please be sure to keep them on a leash, clean up after them and out of the way of oncoming runners. Thank you for your consideration!

A: No, you don’t have to dress up, but it’s encouraged! Those who do dress up will have a chance to compete in our costume contest and win a gift basket including a free ticket to Edible Extravaganza.

A: Proceeds of the Fun Run benefit the teenagers at Hutton House, Center for Human ServiceS’ (CHS) emergency shelter for 13-17 year olds in crisis, as well as the young adults at Pathways, CHS’ transitional living program for homeless 18-21 year olds. The funds raised will help provide much-needed items like clothing, beds, school supplies and renovations.

A: It’s a good idea to eat beforehand and bring your favorite race-day food and drinks. We will provide donut holes, coffee, and hot chocolate before the race. Water and pastries will be provided after the race, courtesy of Monica Perez Agency Farmers Insurance and Greens Market, respectively.