The Fun Run Field Day
Together, the Texas Lassos and the Down Syndrome Association of Central Texas (DSACT) are organizing a fun run filed day in an effort to:
- Increase awareness and knowledge of Down syndrome;
- Fundraise for DSACT;
- Provide a fun family-friendly event for the local community.
This year marks the 4th annual Fun Run Field Day! This event will include a 1-mile course distance with family-friendly obstacles and activities such as sack races, three-legged races and egg races along the way. Music, dancing, activities and laughter are sure to make this an event the whole family will enjoy!
When and Where
Saturday, April 18th, 2015
8:30am - 11:00am
Old Settlers Park
3300 E Palm Valley Blvd
Round Rock, TX 78665
$5 per person
Day of the Run
8:30AM - Check In and Day-Of Registration Begins
9:00AM - Zumba Warm-Up led by Texas Lassos
9:20AM - Race Kick-off
10:00AM - Post Race Activities and Awards
Strollers Allowed | No Pets | Event Takes Place Rain or Shine
When to Arrive
Arrive at least 1 hour before the start so you have plenty of time to park, check in and warm up.
How to Check In
Follow the signs to the check in area.
Texas Lassos is classified as a service organization at the University of Texas at Austin. As an organization, we strive to promote spirit, service, and social activities to all members while fostering friendship, leadership, and cooperation with the University and community. Founded in 1998 with only seven members, today Texas Lassos is home to about one hundred and twenty active members and an accomplished group of alumni. In 2012, Texas Lassos adopted DSACT as our philanthropy as a way to concentrate a portion of each member’s service efforts. We volunteer with DSACT by assisting at their weekend classes and large events. We form bonds with the children and their families and find great joy in seeing a smile on each DSACT member’s face! We will be partnering with DSACT to put on the 3.2.1 Fun Run in which all proceeds will go towards benefiting and supporting families in Central Texas affected by Down syndrome.