Description Kids Amazing Race
The Rotary Club of Wiarton's FIRST Kids Amazing Race
Join us for FUN on June 8, 2019.
Here are the details:
It is a 2 km cross country race through the fields and forests of Regal Point Elk Farm with no pavement or cars; just you and Mother Nature.
It has 6 of the most fun and challenging events. Test your speed, strength, agility, problem solving and memory skills.
Early Bird Registration
The Early Bird Registration price of $40 per team will be in effect all during the Rotary Club of Wiarton's Maple Magic Event. It opens on March 23 at 9:00am and closes at 1:00pm on March 31. Don't delay. Register today!! Just click on the Register Your Kids Team tab. OR you can register in person at the Maple Magic Event. You will be able to use PayPal, VISA or a personal cheque. Participants will require a waiver signed by a PARENT / GUARDIAN.
The challenges remain a top secret!! Just know that they are fun and varied. Your physical, mental and emotional strength will be tested!!!
Rain or shine the race goes on. Get your registration completed today and be sure that you are part of the most fun that you can pack into a half day. Race starts at 9:00. We expect all racers to be completed by 10:30. Quick snack food will be provided. Awards will follow. Then you will be on your way. Arrive at least one hour in advance of race time as you will require enough to time to get your numbers and walk to the start location of your race. Registration will close at 8:30am. Free parking!
Please make the effort to print off the pledge sheet from the website and gather what you can in additional pledges for our Rotary Club. The Wiarton Rotary Club has been providing service to our area and abroad for over 75 years. We will be providing a gift certificate award to the team that collects the most money in pledges.
Come one come all! We have lots of free parking and a cool playground in the bush at the Sugar Shack. There will be a limited offering of food to purchase so you may want to bring your own picnic basket.
As a spectator you could see a number of the challenges occurring if you don't mind doing a little walking. All children, not participating in the race, must be supervised by an adult at all times. No pets allowed as this is calving season for the Elk.