October 26th 2019 - 4:00 PM
The Dash of Doom is Calgary's only Halloween Night Race! This is a family-friendly and pet-friendly event taking place the Saturday before Halloween. Families, dogs and strollers are all encouraged to don their creative costumes and take part in this race supporting AARCS.
WHY It's Spooktacular
Festive finish line food - is there such thing as too much candy?!
Finish line fun - stay for the carnival-like atmosphere
Kids race for the wee ghosties
Animals in costumes, need we say more?
Photo booth, DJ, face-painting, and poochie vendors to keep the whole gang entertained
Dig deep into the tickle trunk as we will be awarding costume prizes in a number of categories
Proud dog parent moment - if your pooch wins Best Dog Costume, they'll be featured on next years medal and swag!
1 KM Kids Run (12 years and under)
5 KM Fun Run/ Walk
10 KM Run
Schedule of Events
Location Eau Claire Running Room
200 Barclay Parade
Thursday October 24 from 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Friday October 25 from 10:30 pm to 6:30 pm
**Please note that there will be no Package pick-up on race day. Please contact info@calgarymarathon with special circumstances.**
Race Day begins at 4:00 PM
1KM - 4:30 PM
5KM - 5:00 PM
10KM - 5:00 PM
Awards - 6:00 PM
REGISTER EARLY TO GUARANTEE YOUR SIZE!! Custom long-sleeved shirt (featuring 2019's Best Dog Costume winner) Please note if you can't select a shirt size you will get a shirt on race day but we can not guarantee the size.
Custom costumed dog glow-in-the-dark finishers' medal
10K Route is 2 laps
The Course has 1 Water/Candy Station
Kids 1K course begins at the start line then heads out fora 500m out and back.
Running and walking in support of AARCS. In Alberta, thousands of cats and dogs are homeless, abandoned, abused or living in horrendous conditions.In 2017, AARCS saw over 2,500 cats and dogs through their programs. Help us make a difference in the lives of animals.
**All fees associated with race registration are non-refundable and non-transferable to another participant. This act may seem well intentioned, but has many negative implications to the organizers and participants including liability, timing, results, awards and many other factors. the sale or transfer of a bib will result in disqualification.**