This Spring our Thursday programs utilize the following East Edmonton parks: Capilano Park, Gold Bar Park, Goldstick Park & Rundle Park. Participants have the option of registering for 6-week programs starting the weeks of April 7th or May 19th OR registering for both programs, that’s 12 weeks at a discounted price!
Our Thursday program times:
2:00PM – 3:00PM
4:30PM – 5:30PM
6:00PM – 7:30PM.
** 5 – 8-year-old children must have a parent/guardian accompany them during the series **
Unsure if your child would be a good fit for Kids Run Wild? Please email Dorothy at email@example.com for additional information.
This program is for participants 5 years and older. Kids in the 5 and 8 age are required to have a parent/guardian participating with them. Siblings under the age of 5 are welcome to participate for free with adult help. Parents/Grandparents are always encouraged to participate.
The cost for the series is $50 per participant for 6 weeks, $90 per participant for the full 12 weeks!
Additional membership required
All participants MUST have a 2020 Edmonton Overlanders Orienteering Club Household membership BEFORE the first session. If you do not already have a 2020 Edmonton Overlanders Orienteering Club Household Membership, please click this link to purchase one: https://zone4.ca/reg.asp?id=21782. This membership fee is not required if you previously purchased a 2020 membership.
Read about other household membership benefits at www.orienteer.ab.ca/membership
The Thursday sessions take place at Capilano Park (109A Avenue & 50 Street), Gold Bar Park (10955 50 Street), Goldstick Park (3910 103 Avenue) & Rundle Park (2909 113 Avenue). Please note that our park schedule will be available shortly. Once posted, park usage may change, as it is subject to approval from the City of Edmonton.
What to wear
Footwear: Running shoes or winter boots with good tread for traction, and laces so the shoes stay on the participants feet in the mud/slush.
Clothing: Comfortable clothing that you can move in! We recommend long pants and long sleeves, so you don’t get scratched by branches and prickles. On cool days/evenings, dress in layers so you can take a layer off when you warm up.