Come join us for our 5K run/walk event that celebrates our past by honoring Day of the Dead and Memorial Ceremonies, while shaping our future by encouraging participants - from the littlest to the oldest - to pay attention to their health and celebrate every part of who they are, and who they represent in today's multicultural community.
For those who are fueled by competition, the Culture Dash is a chip-timed race on a flat USATF certified course along the Arkansas River. Awards will be given to the top three finishers in the race's seven age categories: 19 & under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 & up.
Everyone who reaches the finish line at the foot at the iconic Keeper of the Plains statue - whether by running, power walking or casual stroll - will be greeted by an array of activities inside the Indian Center:
Race participants will be free of charge on race day with their shirt or bib.
There is no fee for the Toddler Trot at 10:30am.
All proceeds from the Culture Dash stay local and benefit our programming to educate new generations about and preserve the heritage of the American Indian.