Kids K

Saturday – 10.18.14

2:30 p.m. Start for ages 7 to 12

2:45 p.m. Start for ages 6 and under

START and FINISH at Minnesota State University, Mankato

Registration Limit: 400 participants

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Registration closes at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 18 at the expo.

Important Information

The Mankato Family YMCA KidsK is an athletic event not to be missed. The KidsK is open to all youth. Kids can come early and get their face painted, hair colored and they can do a craft. Kids can also get involved in some fun warm up exercises. Young participants will run under the official marathon gantry just like the adults on Sunday’s run. This is a fun run. A clock will be at the finish line, but times will not be recorded.

Schedule

Packet Pick-up and Registration (if the race is not full):

11:00 am to 1:30 pm on Saturday at the Sport & Health Expo in the Myers Field House at Minnesota State University, Mankato.

Race Start Time:

2:15 p.m. Pre-race line up and YMCA warm-up activity
2:30 pm Race begins for kids ages 7 to 12
2:45 pm Race begins for kids ages 6 and under

 

 

Race Goodies

All runners will receive a KidsK medal and t-shirt.

Course

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Link to PDF of KidsK Map

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Volunteer Sign Up

Nearly 1,000 volunteers are needed for the 2013 Mankato Marathon to make the weekend run smoothly for our runners. There are many ways to volunteer including course marshal, bicycle medical support and race bag stuffing.

The Mankato Marathon races take place on the weekend of October 18 and 19, 2014. Projected fifth year attendance is 5,000 runners.

For questions about volunteering or to sign up to help in 2014, call Paige at 507-385-6666 or email pschuette@greatermankato.com

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Just for Kids

Kidz Zone – 10.18.14

11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Myers Field House – Minnesota State University, Mankato
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KidsK – 10.18.14
2:30 p.m.

Minnesota State University, Mankato
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Attractions & Entertainment

Mankato is a welcoming city that embraces active people like you. We have over 50 miles of local, county and state paved trails nestled in a scenic river valley that is perfect for runners or cyclists.

After a day on our trails you can relax at a concert, gallery or outdoor restaurants with friends. We have a thriving arts community with quality theatre, music, dance and visual arts.

Find out more about attractions, entertainment and culinary experiences not to be missed at www.visitgreatermankato.com.