03 Oct Rubber Duck Dash – April 21, 2018
Kids In Nature Rubber Duck Dash
Kids In Nature (KIN) is hosting our 1st Annual Rubber Duck Dash at Falls of Neuse of Canoe Launch (12088 Falls of Neuse Road). Kids, families, schools, businesses, and the entire Triangle Community is invited to participate in this fun day of ruckus rubber duck racing on the river to support KIN’s mission of providing hands-on learning and outdoor play experiences that inspire youth to enjoy, appreciate, and respect North Carolina’s natural resources.
Time – 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
- Race Schedule:
- Heat 1 – 9:30 a.m.
- Heat 2 – 10:30 a.m.
- Heat 3 – 11:30 a.m.
- Heat 4 – 12:30 p.m.
Location – Falls of Neuse Canoe Launch (12088 Falls of Neuse Road – across from the Bike Guy)
Date – 4/21/2018
What is a Rubber Duck Dash? The KIN Duck Dash is a charity event, inviting kids and families to adopt a rubber duck or paddling of ducks to race along the river. Race entry fee is one duck – $5 donation to support getting more kids outside. Ducks can be adopted at any time up until the race on our WEBSITE, by calling 919-477-1177, and on the day of the race at the registration booth.
Schools – sell “ducks” as a fundraiser. Schools that participate in duck sales will receive a portion of the proceeds from each duck sold. Contact Billy Bartz, email@example.com, to find out how your school or PTA can raise money while helping to get more kids outside.
Individuals/ Families – participate in the Duck Dash. Purchase ducks to enter race HERE.
Businesses – We are seeking sponsors to help make this event possible. Will you support our mission of providing hands-on learning and outdoor play experiences that inspire youth to enjoy, appreciate, and respect North Carolina’s natural resources? Sponsors allow us to provide opportunities for all kids to get outside. Go HERE to learn about sponsorship opportunities.
Kids In Nature is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to getting kids outside to LEARN, PLAY, and EXPLORE. We believe in investing in children, and we believe in the power of nature in igniting and creating positive environmental, social, psychological, spiritual, and health outcomes. Our kids, your kids, are spending less than four hours outside each week and averaging more than seven hours of screen time each day.
If you have questions or would like to learn more about the KIN Duck Dash, contact Billy Bartz – firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-467-1177.