The HARRC picnic is back! Join us September 16-17 for a weekend of family fun! Festivities will take place at the postal grounds on Roberts Valley Road.
Saturday at 2pm will be a tortuous run up to the towers! (run is optional) Picnic will begin after, along with the kids run. We’ll have games, food, beer, s’mores and camping (bring a tent). Sunday Morning we will have breakfast before packing up.
The entire weekend is free and open to everyone – we just ask that you bring a dish to share.
HARRC Harvest Full Moon Run and Annual Picnic Celebration! Postal Picnic Grounds, 1500 Roberts Valley Rd, Harrisburg, PA 17110
Friday, 9/16/16 7:00PM- 3 Mile Harvest Full Moon Fun Run 8:00PM- Family Friendly Outdoor Movie 9:30PM- Running Themed Outdoor Movie Overnight Family Camp Out (optional) S’mores, popcorn, and beer provided Friday night!
Saturday, 9/17/16 8:00AM—Coffee and Donuts 9:00AM—3 Mile Fun Run 10:00AM—Noon Yard games, kickball, kids relay Noon—3:00PM –Picnic HARRC will provide burgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers and rolls. Please bring a dish to share.
Entire event is free for HARRC Members.
We request a donation of $5 per family for non-HARRC members.
Welcome to HARRC’s new website. Our URL is still www.harrc.org. We hope that you enjoy the new structure and features. The site is now hosted by Applied Race Management, owned by Chuck Wells. This site was developed by Julie Cleaves of dynamicDzine, Manheim PA.
HARRC needs your help in maintaining our website. If you could post content to just one of the sub-tabs it would very beneficial to the club. Please contact Kelly Spreha at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.
Online membership renewal is currently unavailable. That capability will be available with the new site around December. If you want to join HARRC or renew your membership click on the membership tab and download a mail in form.
This Website will cease to exist after Dec 31, 2014. HARRC thanks US Road Running for developing and hosting our web site for the past 3 1/2 years. HARRC has contracted a programmer to develop a replacement site. The access URL will still be www.harrc.org. Applied Race Management Services, owned by Chuck Wells, will host our new site.