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Come Play for the Weekend!

Friday: August 15th

Join us for a Pasta Dinner and live music at the Indian Valley Community Center- 209 Crescent St, downtown Greenville. This is on hwy 89, next to Lupines Natural Foods. Packet pick-up begins at 4:00 pm. Dinner and music begin at 5:00 pm and will be available until 8 pm ($10 all you can eat, includes music). All funds raised support recreational opportunities for low-income and rural youth!

Saturday Morning: August 16th, RUN!

Location: Goss Ranch, 4864 North Arm Road Greenville, CA 95947. Finish line is the same as the start. Plenty of free parking, just watch for cow pies. We know your little spectators need entertainment too! They can look forward to a 'Bear Babysitter,' a real tent city, a petting zoo and a hay bale maze.

Saturday Night: Post-Race Hoedown!

Join us at the Goss Ranch Finish Line at 5 p.m for a fully-catered BBQ dinner and all sorts of rural fun (duck pie bingo or butter churning anyone?). We'll have live music, local beer from The Brewing Lair, and a hay bale maze for the little runners in your life. Cost is $30 per person., $15 for teens (12-18) and free for kids under 12. It is also complimentary for Charity Runners who raise $400 for the cause! 
Bringing children? We understand that running races isn't always possible if you don't have quality childcare. This is why we're working with a local licensed daycare provider to be open on race-day at 5 a.m, and at $5 an hour you can probably afford to take a post-race nap! Consulelo's home is located about 15 minutes from the start line, and she's just like Grandma (with a very strong accent). You may contact "Consuelos Kids" directly to reserve your child's spot: (530) 284 7792. More information about Consuelo can be found HERE

Other Things to Do:

Visit Mt. Lassen National Park (one hour N. of Greenville) (530) 595-4480
Kayak Lake Almanor (530) 284-7372
Go golfing: Mt. Huff Golf Course (530) 284-6300
Swim at Lake Almanor or Antelope Lake. Fish, hike, or go biking!
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