What is a 0.5K Beer Run? This is not your average race ticket! You've done the 5K, the 10K, and even the marathons, but have you ever done just a 0.5K? We're making it easy for those who prefer to enjoy their Saturday's with a little more laidback style!
Sign up for New Braunfels' third 0.5K raising money to benefit a local charity while not requiring too much "leg work" - did we mention that beer is included? This year proceeds will to to the Crisis Center of Comal County.
The race is short, just circling the block and returning to the starting point. Not too fast, as we've added one technical element to the race that you've never seen. Race the block with a pint of beer, but don't spill too much or you'll be disqualified! Finish with your beer above the "spill line" and with the fastest time for a grand prize!
We've added a prize for BEST COSTUME as well!!! And for those that simply finish, we'll have lots of fun, prizes, and entertainment for you.
Event Day Registration 1 p.m.
1st Race starts at 2 p.m.
Contact: Austin Milam, email@example.com
Come out and support our local musicians as they spread the peace and love in our community. This is the perfect time for our NB community to come together and take a stand against the violence we are experiencing in the community.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) and the CCCC is hosting their annual Domestic Violence Vigil in memory of those victims we have lost to domestic violence and those still struggling with the matter. Come out and support, we will have speakers from the community, survivor reach out, award honorees, and a small candle lit walk around the Plaza.
The Crisis Center is hosting a 30 hour intensive training for volunteers within our community for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This will allow the community to assist us in sexual assault forensic exam accompaniments. Crisis response is an service that we offer victims of sexual assault who are dealing with emotional difficulties, and to assist them through the victims rights process. For more information contact Program Director, Briana Saltis at firstname.lastname@example.org