We can’t wait to see you! Below is all the information you will need to be ready for race day. Grab your tutus, your friends, and your running shoes and we’ll see you at the start line!
The start-line window will open at 9:00 AM with waves going every few minutes until 9:45 AM! Make sure you plan your day with plenty of time. At The Color Run, the start line is its own pre-race party with music, dancing, warmup stretching and giveaways!
Your Race Guide is here! Inside you’ll find important info about Packet Pick up, Event Day, and more.
300 Olive Street. Springfield MO. 65806
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We love chucking paint and making people smile, but we also think it is important to give back. As a for profit company, we are excited we have the opportunity to partner with charities and help shine a light on their extraordinary work within society .
To learn more about how The Color Run works with charities, click here.
We are thrilled to be working with The Equa-Librium Therapy Center.
Previously operating as Therapeutic Riding of the Ozarks, Equi-Librium Therapy Center, was established in 1995. In 2012, Equi-Librium Therapy Center (ETC) established it’s own 501(3)(c) non-profit organization and we are happy to say “the sky is the limit!” Equi-Librium Therapy Center is a Premier Accredited Center through the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH. Int’l) and a member of the American Hippotherapy Association (AHA). Equine-assisted therapies use the natural movement of a horse to strengthen muscles & increase body awareness, muscle coordination, communication, and self-confidence. Equi-Librium Therapy Center offers therapy services year-round in collaboration with Missouri State University, Burrell Behavior Health (CSTAR), Springfield Greene County Parks and Recreation (Northview Center), and assistance from 200+ trained volunteers. We gratefully acknowledge the support given to this program by those in the Missouri State University agriculture department, especially Sue Webb. Thank you to Missouri State University’s Physical Therapy Department led by Jeanne Cook, the CSD-Speech Pathology Department led by Dr. Lisa Proctor, the Nursing Department led by Dr. Lucretia Smith, and the Citizenship and Service Learning Department led by Katherine Nordyke, along with their students for their continuous support of ETC. We also thank Sally Gibson with Burrell Behavioral Health C-STAR group, Cyrus Taylor with the Northview Center (SGCPB), Abilities First, and Developmental Connections of Taney County for their continued support.