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Your Adventure Awaits

Here is what is in store for our Princesses, Little Dudes and all other magical creatures down by the river from our partners at The Oklahoma Boathouse District and RIVERSPORT Adventures:

“Please visit the OKC Boathouse District RIVERSPORT Adventures during, and after the Princess Run and Little Dude Dash on May 4th, and find some enchanting fun! We have a $5 discount for everyone with a bib – and it buys up to 4 more passes!  The 80-foot SandRidge Sky Trail will lead the bravest superheroes and princesses up into the clouds. You’ll be able to see the entire kingdom of Oklahoma City from the top! Use your magic dust to float down on the Rumble Drop or try out the Sky Slide – it’s like your own rabbit hole!  Those that want to stay on the ground won’t miss out on the magic. We used our superpowers to bring a cloud down from the sky just for you to jump on! The Cloud Bounce is fun for all ages – even grownups. The enchanted Extreme Air Jumper and Bungee Trampolines will bring out your own superpowers as you flip and jump up to 20 feet in the air. Finally, you’ll put your wings to good use as you fly 200 feet on the Air Express Zip. There’s plenty of whimsical fun at RIVERSPORT Adventures, it’s all waiting for you in the Boathouse District!”

Important Festival and Run Instructions

Princess Run/Walk Instructions & Child Safety Policy

Welcome to the 5th Annual Princess Run Festival and Little Dude Dash!  We’ve been working away preparing for this magical day down by the river!  We want the day to be a safe and memorable experience for participants and grown-ups!  Here’s the do’s and don’ts – and our overall safety instructions.  Follow these instructions and no one gets hurt, bend or break the rules and you may have to deal with the River Dragon behind the boathouse!  Ouch!

  • We have designed the Princess Run and Little Dude Dash 1.2 mile (2K) course on the Oklahoma River Trail.  Due to safety and adult concerns, we will do a COMBINED start of Princesses and Little Dudes at 2:00pm again this year.  We will collect everyone in the festival area, have some interactive performances and singers, and then have a fun procession over to the Chesapeake Boathouse!  The kids will start in front of the Chesapeake Boathouse.  They will run west for .6 miles, then turn and come back to the same place to finish and receive their medals.  The river trail is narrow and we will “pinch” the start to allow everyone to spread out once they get running/walking.  Please be courteous and share the joy and the trail!
  • The Princess Run Festival Policy does NOT allow any pets on the run course.  The ONLY exception is for a participant with a need and a trained ‘guide’ animal.  This is an important safety rule!
  • No skates, skateboards, bikes or motorized vehicles (other than OKC Police) are allowed on the course during the run/walks.  Please save these for another time!
  • Baby Strollers must start in the back of the start corral and stay on the right side of the trail the entire time.   Please help us keep this course safe.  Please look out for each other!

 

Child Safety Policy

  • Our Princess Run Festival Team takes child safety very seriously.  Before the run, we will announce the specific directions of our ‘lost’ person procedure and reveal the colors of the safety team shirts that will be there to help anyone lost, misplaced or otherwise needing help.  When they have identified that a child is ‘misplaced’ – they will stay with that child and be taken to the Devon Boathouse until they are reunited with their responsible party.  So, for you grown-ups, bring your identification with you – we will be confirming that you are who you say you are before releasing the child!  Law enforcement and emergency responders are on the property for the entire event.
  • During the festival and runs, the Princess Run Safety Team will have direct line of sight of EVERY child.  We will be observing from several sites and many will be running with the kids.   Please help us and report to the special colored shirts or race/city officials if you observe any odd or strange behaviors.  The festival will have the same colored safety team that will be watching the activities.
  • Headquarters for the event is inside the Devon Boathouse – lost and found, missing persons, first aid and all other event related operations will be inside the boathouse.  We will have a colored shirt team leader inside with first aid taking any reports or working any emergencies.
  • Enjoy the event – your diligence and cooperation will ensure that our kids have a royally fun experience!

Princess Run News Release


March 26, 2013

OKLAHOMA CITY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Contact:               Sheila Kidder – (405.659.2852)

info@runhers.com

NEWS9 Partners with Princess Run Festival

Bobbie Miller will host as “Her Royal Highness”

runhers women’s association is happy to announce this partnership with Oklahoma’s Own NEWS9 & Griffin Communications for the 5th Annual Princess Run Festival and Little Dude Dash.  The festival is set for May 4th, 2014, and is set on the properties of the Oklahoma City Boathouse District.  NEWS9’s morning anchor Bobbie Miller will serve as Her Royal Highness. She’s on every weekday morning from 5:00-7:00 a.m.

The Princess Run Festival and Little Dude Dash features running/walking events of 2K (1.2 miles).  The festival is full of interactive kids experience with the OKC Boathouse/Riversport experiences, OKC Barons Hockey, the new OKC Energy Football Club, Arts and Crafts Pavilion and other experiences such as a dance clinic hosted by Studio J Dance.  There will be a Roxy’s Ice Cream truck as well as other food trucks to enjoy this “magical day down by the river.”

NEWS 9’s Bobbie Miller says, “I am sharing my love of exercise with my kids at an early age. So, I’m excited to get my one year old in a tutu & my boys in their superhero costumes – whatever it takes to get them moving! Plus, I’m taking advantage of this ‘Her Royal Highness’ title!”

runhers Director of Special Projects Sheila Kidder states, “We love celebrating kids at this magical day down by the river.  We are very happy and honored to have NEWS9 on board as a partner for the 2014 event.  And, Bobbie Miller has a special energy, and it will be great fun to see it on display at the festival.  We’re jazzed!”  Kidder adds, “This is such a visual treat for the eyes, the princesses really embrace the royal theme, and the dudes express their inner superhero!  Many parents get in the spirit with their own creativity in costumes!” 

About Princess Run Festival

The Princess Run Festival and Little Dude Dash is imagined by runhers women’s association.  The 5th Annual Festival is designed to delight and celebrate kids, ages 12 and under, and families.  The Princesses and Little Dudes run a 2K (1.2 mile) distance, while the festival features OKC Riversport activities, as well as many other interactive kid/family experiences.  More info at www.princessrun.com Twitter @princessrunfest and on Facebook.  Contact: imagine@runhers.com

About Oklahoma’s Own NEWS 9

OKLAHOMA CITY’S Oklahoma’s Own News9.com is proud to provide Oklahomans with timely and relevant news and information, sharing the stories, pictures and loves of Oklahomans across our great state including Oklahoma City’s Own.  www.news9.com – Twitter @NEWS9

About runhers® women’s association

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