FAQ’s


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SAFE FROM THE SUN

What time does the race actually start?
The race starts at 10:30am.

I registered online. Do I really need to come early to check-in?
All pre-registered participants – both runners and walkers – must check-in on the morning of the event. At check-in, you will receive your t-shirt (if you qualified for one) and, if you are a runner, your race bib. We suggest that you leave ample time to complete this check-in prior to the race. Although we do our best to move people through quickly, lines can become long.

How much is the registration fee?
Adult Rates:
Until March 1st: $30
March 2nd-April 19th: $35
At the Event: $45

Child Rates:
Until March 1st: $15
March 2nd-April 19th: $20
At the Event: $25
Children under 2 will be admitted for FREE

What happens if I don’t register online by Midnight on April 19th?
MIF has a small staff and it takes quite some time to compile all of the registration information into helpful check-in sheets for the day of the event. For this reason, we close online registration a few days ahead of the event. If you do not register by midnight on April 19th, you will need to register on the day of the event and pay the higher fee. To avoid this inconvenience, be sure to register early!

What happens if there is bad weather the day of the event?

Please review our full Cancellation Policy Here

Participants safety is the most important thing and if any of the threatening weather conditions are present the day of the event, the event may be delayed or canceled. When weather conditions or other physical conditions present a danger to participants, The Safe From The Sun officials maintain the right to cancel the event.  Less threatening conditions may cause alterations of the course or the post event festival to ensure participant, volunteer, and community safety.  Such conditions fall under the label “Forces of Nature,” and will not result in refunding of any race entry fees or future event credits.

 


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