Unfortunately we are not able to offer refunds. If you have already registered and are unable to make the race, you can still collect your race packet up to one month after the race date. You can also transfer your registration to our Virtual Mimosa Run by emailing email@example.com
Sure! Be mindful of other runners and space on the trail, and strollers are no problem.
Absolutely! Your dog is not entitled to any mimosas however. The trails are four-leg friendly. Just make sure to clean up after your pet and be mindful of other runners.
We try to keep our runs as affordable as possible, but if you are 10+ people and want to register your bachelorette/bachelor party, birthday party, or gal-entines day group then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will see about providing a group discount
No bikes are not allowed. This is a run. Or a walk. But not a bike.
It depends on space. This event sells out so if you plan on waiting until the last minute you may not be able to, plus it will cost a little extra day-of. We recommend registering in advance.
You’d be surprised how many runners forget their running shoes, so bring those. Make sure you have your bib, ID (if you will be indulging), and friends.
Like all of our events your photos are completely FREE. After all it’s a picture of YOU! All photos are posted on our website.
We love to make running a family friendly activity! Our theme is age 21 and up, but there will be some other options if you would like to register your little one. Kids 12 and under can run free, however they will not be able to take a medal or receive a shirt or brunch. You can purchase separate brunch tickets if they would like to participate in the food, or register them for the full experience (and you drink their mimosas)!
Yes! The Mimosa Station won’t be until the end however. There will be marked water stops along the course.
You still get Mimosas! We do close the 4 mile course 1h 30min after start though.
We are Social Running (TM), Social Runs, or SR for short. We organize FREE community runs throughout North Texas and beyond as well as several events that focus on the social aspects of running. www.socialruns.com
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