Provincetown Cares Annual Memorial Day Weekend Diva Dash 5k Fun Run/Walk

Event Date: Sunday, May 28, 2017

Online registration ends on: Sat, May 27, 2017, 6:00 PM EDT

Provincetown Cares  Annual Memorial Day Weekend Diva Dash 5k Fun Run/Walk, sponsored by American Sports Bra, Berkshire Brewing Company, and the Harbor Hotel. Help us kick off summer and raise money for the women we love. Come as a team, individual, bring your families and friends!  Prizes will be awarded to the top three fundraisers for individual and team.

The prizes for the top fundraisers are:
2 Night Stay at The Anchor Inn Beach Resort with round trip transportation from Boston on the Fast Ferry
Dinner for two at one of Ptown’s finest restaurants
VIP tour excursion for up to 10 people at Berkshire Brewing Company
Whale Watches, Sunset Sails, and Dune Tours
Suggested Fundraising Goal 250.00 dollars
Prizes and trophies will also be awarded for Best Costume and for the top Male and Female Runner and Walker.
8:30am Sign Up & Pre-registration Packet Pick Up
Harbor Hotel 698 Commercial St., Provincetown, MA
10:00 am Race Start – Intersection of Commercial St and Bradford St (656 Commercial St.)
Start begins at the Harbor hotel, travels West along Commercial St, take a right onto Ryder street by Town Hall, take a right onto Bradford street, continue East on Bradford Street back to the intersection of Commercial Street finishing at The Harbor Hotel.
11:00 am Award Ceremony Harbor Hotel – Music, Open Bar serving: Beer, Bloody Mary’s, Coffee and Water
Since its founding in 2008, Provincetown Cares has distributed over $200,000 dollars to local
and national charities and has become a recognized community leader in the fight for women’s
health. Our proceeds directly benefit Helping Our Women (H.O.W.), Outer Cape Health,
and Dr. Susan Love’s Army of Women Foundation.  51% of the proceeds stay in
Provincetown and the outer Cape communities. This is especially meaningful to Helping Our
Women and to Outer Cape Health. Your support will help Provincetown Cares to continue to help bring early
detection of breast cancer and other diagnostic services to the outer cape communities.