While these listed meet ups may be counted toward a participant’s 100 Mile Club goal, it is ultimately the decision of each coach or school to honor miles from this calendar at their site. At most events, a credit slip will be given to take back to your school for mile-credit. For listed community races/walks/etc, a race bib, results listing, and/or medal should suffice for credit.
All calendar items are independent local meet ups hosted by outside volunteers, and are open to 100 Mile Club participants and families. Please check periodically for time/date changes and cancellations, or contact the volunteer listed as “organizer” for any questions.
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Please Note: Meet Ups must be submitted at least 5 days prior to the event date to be approved and appear on our calendar. Please click here to view our Calendar Policy and Disclaimer.
Events for January 14, 2020
*Weather Permitting Hike to the top of Mt. Rubidoux and earn 4 miles towards your 100-mile goal! Meet me at the very top near the bottom of the stairs leading to the cross to get your slip between 3.15 pm – 3.30 pm. Children must be accompanied by an adult, no drop-offs.Find out more »
Join us on Tuesdays anytime between 3:30 – 5:30 pm. One time around cul-de-sac / street loop is .20 of a mile. Five times around equals one mile. Popsicle sticks will be handed out for each loop. Turn in at the end for a Community Event slip. Weather permitting. No drop offs.Find out more »
Every Tuesday, from 4-5 Pm the park will be open to earn some miles. Don’t forget to collect your credit slips and please understand NO drop-offs! All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Weather permitting.Find out more »
Serfas Club Park, 100 Mile Club Meet-up. Everyone is invited to attend to earn miles towards their goal. All minors must have an adult present. Weather permitting.Find out more »
The Run with ACOP was founded in February of 2016. The project allows the police department to reach out to the youth of our community while building strong partnerships with local organizations. Students have the opportunity to Run with ACOP but also to help with Anti Childhood Obesity Project. During the school year, students can[…]Find out more »