TORTOISE AND HARE 5K: IN PERSON FOR 2021
Wind Gap Memorial Park: Corner of East 3rd Street and Lehigh Avenue Wind Gap 18091We are excited to be back in action and in person for the 2021 Tortoise and Hare 5K. The race will be capped at 200 participants. We will be chip timing the event to provide additonal space for spreading out at the starting line.
We will also change the way we celebrate post-race this year and go to a pre-packaged option...with the goal to bring back our big food spread for 2022!
New this year - you have an option to add on a Tortoise and Hare 5K hoodie for $15!
Registration for in-person or virtual running ($30)
Add-on an event hoodie ($15)
There is no paper registration on race day -- online registration will stay open until the start of the event
VIRTUAL RACE OPTION
Since we know some people may still not be ready to run in-person events, we will also have a virtual option to help keep your Tortoise and Hare tradition alive!
Registration is $30 and 100% of registration will go directly to Project Child. You also have an option to add on an event hoodie that will be mailed to you directly.
Register and run between 5/1/21 and 5/31/21
Update your time by going to the results page:Click here for results
Results for the virtual run will be posted on 6/1 at 8 AM.
For the VIRTUAL RACE ONLY >> Select your distance -- 5K, 10K and 1 Mile options!How the virtual race worksStep 1 - Register and select distanceStep 2 - Run your race between now and May 31Step 3 - Go to the results page and find your name (make sure to select the appropriate distance)Step 4 - Click Update time before 11:59 PM on May 31Step 5 - Times will show up on June 1
Step 6 - If you ordered a shirt - they will be mailed to you directly at the conclusion of the eventAbout Project Child
Project Child has been working to prevent child abuse and neglect and strengthen in the Lehigh Valley for 25 years. Through parenting classes, parent support services, training of teachers, social workers and others who work with families, an ongoing parenting column in the newspaper, and raising awareness of the harm done by abuse, Project Child provides much-needed services that benefit the entire community. The Tortoise & Hare Race
is a time you can help Project Child do this important work.
All proceeds from the event benefit Project Child