When and where is the race?
When: Saturday, July 22, 2017 8:30am Where: Barron County Fairgrounds 101 Short Street Rice Lake, WI
How can I register for this event?
Where do I turn in the paper form registration?
(Must be received prior to July 1) Barron County Sheriff’s Department Attn: Donut Dash 5k 1420 State Hwy 25 Barron, WI 54812
What is the cost?
The cost for early registration (prior to July 1st) is $20 per person and $25 race day.
What is included with registration?
FREE Saturday admission to the Barron County Fair, keepsake race number bib, & refreshments after the race (donuts)!
T-shirts are guaranteed if registered by July 1st, 1st come 1st served after July 1st
What is the age limit?
There is no age limit, all ages are welcome, kids under 7 are free. Strollers are allowed. *Free entry does NOT include a t-shirt or giveaway bag.
Is there late registration available?
You can register on race day at the fair grounds from 7am-8am. Day-of registration is $25 and there is no guarantee for any give away items for day of registrations.
Where is the packet pick up and time?
Packet pickup will be on Thursday July 20th and Friday, July 21st from 12pm to 6pm at the Barron County Fairgrounds.
What if I am not an avid runner?
You do not need to be an avid runner and are welcome to walk the route.
Can I bring my dog?
Due to the July heat we do not encourage you to bring a pet.
Is the race timed?
No but there will be a time clock at the end for you to record your own finish time, you will receive a keepsake runners bib. We suggest bringing a stopwatch.
What are the prizes?
The 1st male and 1st female to finish will be receiving a donut award.
No. Refunds will no be given after you have registered.
Where do the proceeds go?
All proceeds go to the Barron County Law Enforcement Foundation and the Barron County Sheriff’s Department’s Shop With A Cop program. To learn more about this program please click here. Shop With A Cop pairs police officers with children from the Boys & Girls Club and Cumberland Kinship to go gift shopping for their families with gift cards provided to them during the holiday season.