The Cedar City Half Marathon run takes places each year in September. The next race will be Saturday, September 8th, 2018 at 7:00 am. The race starts at Woods Ranch, 11 miles up Cedar Canyon and ends at Bicentennial Park. This course is one of the nation’s fastest. The full course has total road closure. The Cedar City Half Marathon is a perfect high-altitude trainer for those preparing for full marathons. There is also a 5K race in conjunction with the half marathon, hosted by Intermountain Health Care Valley View Medical Center.
At approximately mile five, the course begins to flatten out some and continues in a more gradual decent – winding its way along the banks of Coal Creek. At mile 10, after passing the Red Hill runners take a soft left turn off of US-14 across the footbridge to the Canyon Trail. A well-maintained, paved running and walking trail lined with willows and shaded by cottonwood trees. The trail continues through the Canyon Park area where runners are greeted by spectators who flank the grass-lined trail. Leaving Canyon Park, competitors transition back on to US-14 for just a moment as they turn right on to Highland Drive and through a neighborhood that sits at the base of the Red Hill. Making an easy left off of Highland the course winds around the Cedar Canyon baseball complex and past the Veterans Memorial Park. Runners then head north under Main Street and end at Bicentennial Park. You will often hear your name announced to the crowd as you finish the race.
Packet pickup for the Cedar City Half Marathon & the IHC VVMC 5K races is scheduled for Friday before the race from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm and on Saturday, the day of the race, from 5:30 am to 6:15 am. Packet pickup will be held at the Aquatic Center.
Runners board buses beginning at 6:00 am. For any questions please call Cameron Christensen at 801-884-2332 or e-mail email@example.com.
There is a $25 registration fee and you can register at active.com.
Proceeds from this event are donated to local women going through treatment for breast cancer.
You will receive your bib and t-shirt the morning of the event. The 5k will go up the trail and back to the West Canyon Park. The 1 mile walk will go up the trail .5 miles and back down to the park.
Visit http://powerinpinkbreastcancer5k.blogspot.com/ for more info.
Pictures from Power in Pink 2015.
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Bring your costumed kids to Cedar City’s historic downtown to trick-or-treat at particpating businesses and engage in fun activities sponsored by local businesses and organizations!
Call 435-590-4815 if you’re a business that wants to participate.
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Cost: $60 per team, 6-10 players per team
Divisions: Adult Coed, Family, High School, Middle School, Elementary
Prizes for top placing teams and best team costumes!
Register a team and find more info at southernutahsportsacademy.com. Registration closes on October 20th at midnight.
Fun for the entire family!
This event is presented by Wilson and Whetten Orthodontics and Southern Utah Sports Academy.
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Cedar City Women in Business announce the 17th annual Pumpkin Festival for kids presented by Cedar View Pediatric Dentistry on Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Cross Hollow / Diamond Z Arena.
Fee is $5 per child. Activities include cookie decorating, face painting, Home Depot craft and more!
Pick a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch!
Proceeds benefit the Women in Business Scholarship Fund for local women.
Web Site: http://www.cedarcitywomeninbusiness.com/
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$5 entry includes breakfast and a morning of aviation fun!
Breakfast (sausage, eggs, OJ and pancakes) provided by Boy Scouts of America troop 1865.
Commemorative Air Force Planes, Aviation Art, Public Safety’s Astar Helicopter and K9 Unit, Intermountain Life Flight, Local fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters.
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Adrienne Read is a member of the SUU faculty and will be performing in a concert on Monday, September 25, 2017 at 7:30 pm in the Thorley Recital Hall in the music building.
Adrienne Read will be on flute, Jed Moss on piano and Roland Stearns on guitar. Performing works from Bach to Berio.
Willow Glen Inn presents the Haunted Woods October 20, 21, 27, 28 & 31, 2017 from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm. Last victims will be admitted at 10:30 pm.
All new Halloween haunts and scares! $7 per victim, $6 with a can donation (for Iron County Care & Share), family pack of 5 $25.
For info. call 435-586-3275
Address: 3308 N Bulldog Rd. Enoch, UT 84721
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