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Fundraise for the Y at the 2014 Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend, May 24-25, 2014.



Event Details

Fundraise for the Y when you participate in the Ottawa Kids Marathon, the 2K, 5K, and 10K races, or the Half-Marathon and Marathon events at the next Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend, May 24-25, 2014.

  • Raise $150 and receive a $25 value FunCard to FunHaven 
  • Raise $300 and receive a $50 value FunCard to FunHaven

FunHaven is Ottawa’s premiere family entertainment centre with attractions and events for all ages. FunCards are redeemable for all services and attractions, including bumper cars, laser tag and more!

Download a pledge sheet here.

Click here to start an online fundraising page!

Register for the 2014 Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend here.

All proceeds support the Y Strong Kids Campaign, which provides financial assistance to children, youth and families so that everyone can access the Y's camp, child care and recreational programs.




See photos from last year's event!

Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer

 

Photo Credit:

Rob Huntley Photography
Website:     http://www.RobHuntley.ca

Kanata to Bank Street Run   

Looking for another running event? Try the Kanata to Bank Street run on May 4. It's the last Running Room-sponsored long distance training run (32km) before Ottawa Race Weekend.

The run starts at the Grant Crossing Running Room (5507 Hazeldean Road) and ends at the Taggart Family Y. There are four water stations along the course for runners to refill their water bottles. A shuttle will be provided to the start of the run. Paid parking is available at the Taggart Family Y. Runners can take the shuttle from the Taggart Family Y to Kanata at 7:30AM.

The Kanata to Bank Street run is open to everyone. The cost to participate is $30, which is donated to the Y to support the Y Kids Academy, a free program for Grade 6 students that combines strength and cardiovascular sessions with classroom instruction on healthy, active living.

Learn more about the Kanata to Bank Street run here.