The Maryland Center for the Arts 5k Pumpkin Run/Walk sponsored by Pendant Automation and Timpson Training is scheduled for October 10, 2020. It is a fundraiser to benefit the Maryland Center for the Arts. The race will start and end at the Equestrian Center of Harford County from 8:30am-9:30am. Please stay after the race for fun activities for the entire family until 12noon such as:
Pictures with Costumed Characters from 9am-11amFace paintingPumpkin PaintingFood and BeveragesParticipation Medals for all registrants1st, 2nd, 3rd place prizes for overall best time
All in attendance are encouraged to come dressed up in your favorite Halloween costume! Don’t forgot your walking/running shoes!
We strongly encourage registrants to pick up their Race Day Packets the day before the race on FRIDAY, OCT 9, 2020 between 12noon-2pm or 5pm-7pm at the CHARM CITY RUN STORE in BEL AIR, MD. This will shorten your check-in time on the morning of the race.
We also accept donations to the Maryland Center for the Arts, and you can make a donation by clicking “Donate” in the menu tab above or by mailing a check made payable to “Maryland Center for the Arts” with “5K Run Donation” written in the memo line and mailed to Maryland Center for the Arts P.O. Box 687 Bel Air, MD 21014. The Maryland Center for the Arts 5K Pumpkin Run/Walk will support the arts programs, operations, and capital project for the 501©3 nonprofit organization, Maryland Center for the Arts (MDCFA), (Fed EIN: 20-3022352) located in Bel Air, Maryland. The mission of MDCFA is to provide a broad range of creative and collaborative experiences for all ages through quality arts education, presentations, and exhibits in all disciplines of the arts; and to build and operate a visual and performing arts center to provide greater access to quality spaces to exhibit, present, and participate in the arts. The new arts campus will sit on 41 acres at 2503 S. Tollgate Road Bel Air, MD and will include a multi-purpose community arts center to be used for performances, art exhibits, lectures, and banqueted events, community walking trails, a 500-seat amphitheater with an additional 500 in lawn seating, and two educational buildings to house studios, galleries, classrooms, and theaters for all arts disciplines such as music, dance, theater, and visual art. For more information about the Maryland Center for the Arts, visit our website at: www.mdcenterforthearts.org.