SIGN UP BY APRIL 6TH TO GET YOUR
OFFICIAL COLOR RUN T-SHIRT!
Where? Lilburn City Park on the track in front of the bandstand.
When? April 21, 2018
What time? Late Registration or Registration Check-In begins at 8:00 am the fun run begins at 9:00 am.
Cost: Registration is $25 for students and staff of SJN/St. Pius and $35 for all others. This fee includes entry into the race, a race bib, and the Color Run t-shirt which will be tie-dyed by the end of the event.
Registration is due by: April 6th Registration will also be open the morning of the event starting at 8:00 a.m. however, anyone registering after April 6th will not receive a t-shirt or race bib.
Who can attend? Anyone can register for the run as this fundraiser is open to anyone to participate. Click on the button to the right or print a paper registration form and drop it with a check to the school before April 6th.
Want to become a sponsor? Contact Jessica Gibson – HSA Fundraiser Chair (404) 219-5694 / firstname.lastname@example.org
It is not recommended to have strollers during the fun run.
No skates, wheeled shoes, skateboards, scooters or bicycles are allowed on the track.
What is the color made of? How to we distribute the color? What about our kids with asthma/breathing issues?
Our My School Color Run has 2 color components. First, there is the liquid color (liquid food grade coloring mixed with water) which is sprayed throughout the course. The liquid color provides a base for the powder to stick to later. The second color component is the powder color packets (cornstarch with food coloring). We recommend that the kids with asthma / breathing issues not be in the middle of the final color powder celebration.
Will the color stain my clothes, hair, shoes, etc.?
The color washes out of most materials but just in case, we want you to wear items you aren’t worried about staining so you can enjoy the event to it’s fullest! Depending on how colorful you get, the color may stain your skin, hair, and clothes until finally coming out after a few good washes. To help prevent stains we recommend removing as much excess color as possible prior to washing. If you have lighter colored hair you may want to cover up with a hat or put conditioner in your hair!