Winnemucca, get ready for some colorful fun! The sixth annual “Color
the Mucc” Fun Run returns on Saturday, April 13.
This year’s 3K/5K fun run will begin at 10 a.m. at the Winnemucca
Community Garden and make its way to Vesco City Park. Pre-registration
begins at 9 a.m. All registrants ages 6 and older will receive a t-shirt,
sling pack and other goodies; free water and snacks will also be available
at the race.
Following the race, participants are invited to take part in the Winnemucca
Domestic Violence Services “Party in the Park,” scheduled
for 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Vesco City Park. The “Party in the
Park” will include bounce houses, concessions, games, informational
booths and more.
“Color the Mucc” is hosted by the Humboldt County Chamber of
Commerce and Humboldt General Hospital. This year’s premier sponsor
is MedX AirOne, the parent of HGH AirOne.
The race has no winners and no official times. Instead, the color run simply
celebrates wellness, happiness and individuality as hundreds of participants
are doused from head to toe in different colors at each kilometer.
Participants are encouraged to wear white to take advantage of the colorful
effect. Costumes are optional, and sunglasses or goggles are also recommended.
However, pets should not attend.
Register online at
www.humboldtcountychamber.com, or stop by the Chamber office located at 30 W. Winnemucca Boulevard.
Early registration cost is $25 for adults, $15 for kids ages 6-12, $7 for
kids ages 0-5, and $20 for team members. Special family pricing for mom,
dad and the kids is $50.
Humboldt County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Debbie Stone said
the “just-for-fun” race offers a great opportunity for the
community to gather following the cold winter.
Proceeds from this year’s event will also fund several scholarships
at Lowry High School for students interested in entering the business field.
“So we’re looking forward to gathering our community for fun,
fitness and family,” she said, “but we are also looking forward
to making this investment in our students’ education.”
Contact the Chamber office at (775) 623-2225 for more information or register