Mother's Day Mile: May 11th, 2014
The 15th Annual Mother's Day Mile will be held on Sunday, May 11, 2014 with opening ceremonies beginning at 1 pm. The one mile race benefits the domestic and sexual violence programs of Advocate Safehouse Project. This premier community event attracts elite men and women competitors, recreational runners, and a host of community walk and run completers who complete the one mile course just for fun. The Mother's Day Mile is as much a celebration as it is a race. A celebration of Moms, fitness, and community. Of course, men, women, and families invited.
This is a one mile, yes just one mile, out and back race course that begins and ends at Glenwood Medical Associates, 1830 Blake Avenue, Glenwood Springs, Colorado. REGISTER ONLINE NOW! Or download a Registration Form HERE
Check out our video here
Great Swag - All Moms, Grandmoms and Great-Grandmoms receive a finish line rose. All pre-registered participants are guaranteed our signature eco bag filled with goodies -- but you must pre-register. (Limit two per family) All participants receive a piece of homemade apple pie, and a chance to win age group awards. Race awards for winners in the first 4 age categories are medals. Race awards for winners of the 20 - 80+ age categories are hand-crafted by HIV+ women of the Sisterhood Exchange Program, an initiative of the Organic Health Response 501c3 in Mfangano Island, Kenya. ASP is proud to be part of a global sisterhood of empowering women around the world.
Honoring First Responders – Once again the Mother’s Day Mile will honor our local First Responders with a complimentary race entry. Who are the fastest First Responders? Throw down the challenge to other departments and let’s find out.
Big Tent Gift Basket Auction: Everyone is invited to shop under the Big Tent at our enormous Gift Basket Silent Auction. Buy a gift for Mom and pay it forward to the Advocate Safehouse Project.
Waves - The race is held in four waves including a non-timed wave. Children under 14 begin with Wave 1, men and women under 40 go in Wave 2, men and women 40 and older go in Wave 3, and all non-timed families, strollers, walkers, go in Wave 4. We love dogs but our insurance doesn't. Please leave Fido at home. Thanks!
Event schedule and times
- 12:00 p.m. - Registration Opens
- 1:00 p.m. - Opening Ceremonies!
The following wave times are approximate:
- 1:15 p.m. - Children 14 & Under
- 1:35 p.m. - Men & Women 15-39
- 1:55 p.m. - Men & Women 40 & Over
- 2:10 p.m. - Walkers & Families (Strollers welcome, but please no dogs)
- 3:00 p.m. - Awards Ceremony
- 3:15 p.m. - Auction Closes
To be eligible for awards you must REGISTER BEFORE 1 PM RACE DAY AND RUN IN THE AGE APPROPRIATE TIMED WAVE!
- Awards for top three overall male and female
- Awards for top three in each age group
- Awards for fastest Mom, Grandmom, and Great-Grandmom
- Awards for fastest female and male First Responder
- Age divisions: 8 and under, 9-10,11-14,15-19,20-29,30-39,40-49,50-59,60-69,70-79, 80 +.
Lunafest: February 1st, 2014 at 5pm and 8pm
The 2014 Lunafest event will be held on February 1st, 2014 at the Hotel Colorado. LUNAFEST is a national traveling festival of short films by, for, and about women. Click here to preview the 2014 films. This year we will have two show times, at 5pm and 8pm. Call 945.2632 for more information.
ASP Horse Benefit Show: August 2 & 3, 2014
If you love horses, then the 14th Annual Advocate Safehouse Project Benefit Horse Show on August 2nd & 3rd is for you. Come and watch horses and riders compete in 65 different events ranging from Baby Green Hunter, Pony Hunter & Equitation, and High/Low Hunters on Saturday to Flower Power, Beginner Rider and Jumpers on Sunday.
Located at the beautiful Strang Ranch (0393 County Road 102, Carbondale, Colorado) atop Missouri Heights. This horse show is sanctioned by the Colorado West Hunter Jumper Association (CWHJA). The funds raised will support Advocate Safehouse Project’s programs in Garfield County and the Roaring Fork Valley. Advocate Safehouse Project promotes healthy relationships free from violence through education, advocacy, empowerment and safehousing. For more information call 970-928-2070.
Contact: Susie Wallace (970) 309-8628 or Martha McCoy (970) 963-9729
Judge: Kay Beard - Castle Rock, Colorado
Stewards: Liz White and Bob Pietrzak
Entries: $12.00 per class, $5.00 non-member fee/day
EMT: $10 fee - per rider per day
Rules: USEF rules apply in all instances except where specifically covered by CWHJA.
Attire: Coats waived – CRAZY SHIRT DAYS!! USEF - approved hard hat and boots with heels required for all riders when jumping. Junior riders must wear ASTM/SEI approved helmets with harness fastened whenever mounted anywhere on the show grounds.
Stabling: Call Bridget Strang: 963-2319
Schooling: Friday 1 – 6 p.m. Must Sign Waiver. $25.00 Fee, Payable to Strang Ranch. Saturday 7 – 8 a.m. & after show Sunday 7 – 8 a.m.
Dogs: Service dogs only!
Concessions: Breakfast: Coffee, Juice, & Pastries, Lunch: provided by Aspen Cornucopia
Kids Activities: 11:00 – 2:00 both days
Spring Volunteer Advocate Training is Here!
Tap into your “inner advocate” and sign up to support survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Advocate Safehouse Project needs your help on our 24 hour help line. Join our team of advocates by attending this free 30 hour training! Training starts April 1st
and runs through April 25th
. For an application and/or more information please contact Emma at 945-2632 x 2074.