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|The Great Charlottesville Santa Fun Run & Walk
Benefiting The Arc of the Piedmont
|Sunday, December 4, 2016|
|Run/walk begins: 11:00 a.m.|
|Check-in/costume pick-up begins: 9:30 a.m. at the Sprint Pavilion|
|Start & Finish Lines: The Sprint Pavilion
|Distance: Approximately 1 mile|
Be a Claus for a Cause!
All proceeds from this event go to support the programs and services The Arc of the Piedmont provides for people in Charlottesville and the surrounding community living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Registrants will receive their costumes (Santa suit for adults and elf ears for children) when they check in on the morning of the event. Please arrive to the check-in location near the Sprint Pavilion on the Downtown Mall between 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. to receive your costume. No paper tickets are necessary.
Get your picture taken by MoxBox during registration so you have something to remember this wonderful day. Also, enjoy refreshments by whole foods before the run/walk begins at 11:00a.m. and after the run/walk. Participants will follow the 1-mile route beginning and finishing at the Sprint Pavilion on the Downtown Mall. Spectators are welcome along the Mall and along the 1-mile route.
The Santa Run will take place rain, snow, or shine! Unfortunately, no refunds can be granted.
The Start and Finish lines are moving back to the Sprint Pavilion on the Downtown Mall this year and the route remains the same as last year, going clockwise. The route is approximately one mile and is stroller/wheelchair friendly.
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The Arc of the Piedmont
The Arc of the Piedmont is a non-profit organization committed to ensuring full community inclusion and participation of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through the provision of services and advocacy in Charlottesville and the surrounding counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson. The Arc of the Piedmont was founded in 1954 when a group of parents and friends of people with disabilities came together to support each other, and The Arc is still working just as diligently to ensure access to the full range of human and civil rights for people with disabilities.