Fountain House One-in-Four 5K
- April 8, 2017
About This Event
This exciting run/walk raises vital funds to support Fountain House’s innovative Wellness Program that works to reverse the negative health trends that people with mental illness face every day. Our 5K attracts over 500 Fountain House community members, supporters, friends and mental health advocates. Join us as we celebrate our wellness efforts, challenge mental health stigma, and raise public awareness about the prevalence of mental illness.
Saturday, April 8, 2017 Rain or Shine
Riverside Park (Enter at 108th St. & Riverside Drive)
Registration & Wellness Expo – 8:30 am
Start -10:30 am
2017 One-in-Four 5K Wellness Expo
The One-in-Four 5K Wellness Expo will take place on Saturday, April 8 before and during the run/walk. This is an exciting opportunity to promote healthy living, wellness education, physical fitness and nutrition. Exhibitors are encouraged to offer product demonstrations, screenings, product sampling, or educational component for a maximum learning experience.
Health & Wellness Vendors, Sports & Fitness, Exercise, Dance, Yoga, Sports Medicine, Nutritional Education, Weight Management, Skin Care, Spa and Beauty Treatments, Massage Therapy, Healthy Technology
Complimentary health screenings, Exciting exhibits, Product sampling and demonstrations, Chair Massages, Fitness training, and more.
For more information on the Wellness Expo or to purchase an exhibitor table, please contact Fountain House Director of Special Events Caroline Slaten at email@example.com or 212-582-0341 x 317.
About the Course
Distance: 3.1 Miles
Transit: 1 Train to 110th St
M5 Bus to 108th & Riverside Dr
Course Instructions: The race will start and finish near 110th Street inside the park. You will begin by heading north to 116th Street before turning back down the footpath along the eastern edge of the park. You will then follow the path down to about 97th Street before looping around the Dinosaur Playground and heading north again. You’ll go back the same way you came– up the eastern edge of the park to 116th street before turning left down the hill and along the main promenade back to the Finish Line at 110th St.