The third annual M-o-oving Thru’ The Mud With Landon charity mud run, sponsored by Circle N Dairy, will take place on May 17 to raise funds for nonprofit Hope for Hypothalamic Hamartomas (HH). Funds raised will help provide medical treatment and research for children fighting HH, which is a form of brain lesion.
The adventure run is a kid-friendly mud run situated on a working dairy farm with obstacles designed for children ages 4 to 14. Kids compete at their own pace and will be challenged by a course of 10 farm-themed obstacles, including a tunnel crawl, rope swing, pig pen, great calf escape and tractor tire dive. The Lindsay Volunteer Fire Department will rinse off the muddy runners, so participants are encouraged to bring a towel and change of clothes. A new activity for this year is a Pedal Tractor Pull for ages 2 to 9. Other attractions include hayrides, barrel train rides, face painting, calf petting and other activities.
Gates open at 9 a.m., with the mud run lasting from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Paid registration is $20 until April 30, and includes a T-shirt, goodie bag and lunch; $25 from May 1 to 17, with T-shirts while they last. Parents and other non-registered attendees may pay $5 for lunch. No pets allowed.
Location: 2074 CR 446, four miles west of I-35 on US 82, outside of Lindsay. For more information, call 940-372-0343 or visit MudWithLandon.com.