Dads Rock Too! 5K/1-Mile Fun Walk
Benefiting ‘Keep Memory Alive’
Saturday, June 14, 2014….7:00 am
The inaugural Father’s Day weekend event will take place at Floyd Lamb State Park….an oasis in the desert of northwest Las Vegas….formerly known as Tule Springs. Its history includes an early winter stopping point for Native Americans, and later a working ranch. Experience calm and peaceful surroundings and be the first to travel along the newest trail system around the park! Scenic paths offer views of the Sheep Mountains and pass along historic shelters full of peacocks, geese and abundant wild life. The nature paths take you along the lakes and shade trees of one of the oldest parks in Nevada.
For more information on the park, please click http://www.lasvegasnevada.gov/files/Floyd_Lamb_Park_Brochure.pdf
There are many picnicking areas around the course for your friends and family to come out to support you and/or to have a Father’s Day picnic after the race!
Every participant will receive a t-shirt and a finisher’s medal!
There will be awards, music, food, prizes and lots of fun!
- $ 30.00 (06/01/2013 to 12/31/2013)
- $ 35.00 (01/01/2014 to 06/12/2014)
- $ 40.00 (06/13/2014, at packet pick-up)
- $ 15.00 (06/01/2013 to 12/31/2013)
- $ 20.00 (01/01/2014 to 06/12/2014)
- $ 25.00 (06/13/2014, at packet pick-up)
Location : TBD
Friday, June 13, 2014
4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
The course is a flat tree-lined nature trail that varies between asphalt and dirt and runs along the lake. It is easy walking for the beginner as well as a fast course for the advanced runner that wants to PR!
Course map coming soon!
Race start/finish line is at Floyd Lamb State Park
From US-95, Exit 82A
1. Take N Durango Dr exit
2. Turn onto N Durango Dr, heading North
3. Turn right onto Brent Ln
Arrive at Floyd Lamb State Park at Tule Springs, Las Vegas, NV, USA
This event is benefiting “Keep Memory Alive”
Keep Memory Alive (KMA) raises awareness and funds in support of the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health’s work towards enhanced treatments and research of neurocognitive disorders. These include ALS, Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s and Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis and memory disorders of all kinds. Memory disorders don’t simply affect an individual, so they provide programs and services for the entire family of caregivers.