Run the original “Mother” route in Ridgefield – where it all began. The race starts at Yanity Gym and ends at Ballard Park on Main Street. It promises to be fast/flat with music at 3 locations. You’ll be cheered on as you cross the finish line and receive your finishers Mother’s Day Rose. Be sure to invite the entire family to celebrate with you at our post race party. Our party features activities, entertainment, and cool products and services from our sponsors. Make this Mother’s Day a one-of-a-kind memory.
NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION!
90 Prospect Street, Ridgefield, CT
Parking: There are many municipal lots around town. Parking is available at Yanity gym and also near Ballard Park (the finish line).
5K Divisions: Women 12-14, 15-19 and 5 year age groups through 70+
Kids Divisions: Kids 1 Mile: Boys and girls 6 and under, 7-9, 10-11
Additional Race Information: RACE DAY REGISTRATION AVAILABLE AFTER ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSES. Saturday Pick Up will be at Caraluzzis Market, 920 Danbury Road, Wilton from 10:00AM to 2:00PM
There will be at least one aid station on the 5K course as well as refreshments at the finish line.
Run Like A Mother hosts a fun post-race party for the whole family to experience! Extend the celebration beyond the finish line by enjoying food and refreshments, fun activities for kids and cool products and services from our sponsors.
Ridgefield Parks and Recreation Center (195 Danbury Road), Ridgefield, CT
Whether you want to get to the starting line ready to run your best race or you just like meeting and running with new friends, our coached 6-week group-training program does both!
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The Molly Ann Tango Memorial Foundation was established in 2004 by Todd Tango and Cathy Tango- Dykes in memory of their daughter Molly. Molly, a beautiful little girl, was born with multiple disabilities and required ongoing extensive medical care. Although non-verbal, Molly touched the lives of all who knew her with her sparkling smile and incredible spirit. Despite the many obstacles she overcame in her short life, Molly passed away in 2003 at the age of ten years old.