Lace up your shoes and get ready for the Saturday Live Superhero Fun Run on Saturday, September 19th at Daylis Stadium. Instead of a carnival this year, we’re expanding the Fun Run to continue the tradition of Saturday Live and raise money for kids in our community through the Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools. Wear your favorite superhero costume or represent our local heroes- healthcare workers and first responders.
The Saturday Live Superhero run can be done either in-person or virtually to accommodate each family’s schedule and needs. If kids and families choose the in-person option they will register for a set time to join others on a 1-mile course through Pioneer Park. The Saturday Live Superhero run is not a competitive run but a fun run for kids and families to get outside and celebrate back to school. We encourage kids and other family members to take part in the Saturday Live Superhero run together and have some fun either running, walking, skipping, or strolling along the 1-mile course. Health and safety guidelines will be adhered.
If kids and families choose the virtual Saturday Live Superhero option they can complete their 1-mile course whenever and wherever they like on Saturday, September 19th. Each participant will receive a Saturday Live Superhero T-Shirt if registered by September 11th. So register early to secure your T-shirt size. The cost of registration is $15 per participant. In addition, fun prizes will be provided for participants and schools.
To assist schools in fundraising for the needs they have, the Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools will be partnering with teams, clubs, and PTAs to provide an online option for the community to give to designated needs to directly benefit students this school year. To donate and support needs in our schools, please visit www.efbps.org.
We are excited to adapt in this ever-changing world to provide a safe, fun way for our students, families, and community to celebrate and support our schools. To learn more about the Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools visit www.efbps.org. We look forward to a great day celebrating public education and our community.
Thank you for your consideration of a donation that will provide funding for books, science materials, technology, and instruments for students in the Billings Public Schools.
Disclosure: Please note if COVID19 cases increase or health guidelines from Yellowstone County or the Governor’s Office change, we will have to move the in-person participation to virtual and conduct a 100% virtual race. We will notify you if you have chosen the in-person race option and a change is necessary to move to virtual-only. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected]
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Information about the event is available in : English