Join US for the SHAP 2022 Zombie Run Santa Fe!
Happening Sunday, October 23, 2022
Keep SHAP's vital work on the Street alive and kicking!
3K SHAP Zombie Run 9:00 am
Race Day 3K Registration/Packet Pickup: 8am-8:55am
Kids' K Zombie Fun Run 9:30 am
Zombie Dawg Monster Walk (with costumed pets) 10:15 am
A Fundraiser for Street Homeless Animal Project
Help us make this Halloween event SHAP's biggest FUN-d-Raiser! Funds are needed to provide critical support for our vital work on the Street -- helping the companion animals of our homeless citizens with veterinary care, food, and other needed supplies.
SANTA FE RAILYARD PARK - 740 CERRILLOS ROAD
Event Activities run from 8 am - Noon-ish!
Sign up online to run, or come on Run Day morning,
Sunday, October 23, from 8:00 am - 8:55 am to sign up in person.
HERE'S THE SCOOP:
Early Registration ends October 15!
3k Zombie Run and Walk: $35 early registration / $40 on race day
Kids' Zombie Fun Run: $25 early registration / $30 on race day
Zombie Dawg Monster Walk: $20 early registration / $25 on race day
"Run From Your Couch" Donation (while eating popcorn): $30
1. The in-person 3K Run will be an out-and-back, starting at the Railyard Park (740 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87505) and running to Ashbaugh Park on the Acequia Trail. See the map below. 3K Run will begin at 9:00 am.
2. The Kids' Zombie Fun Run (to the age of 12) will be run in the park. It will begin around 9:30 am (please be at the park by about 9:00 am to make sure you don't miss it)
3. The Zombie Dawg Monster Walk (with costumed pets) will begin around 10:15 am
SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER FOR THE EVENT!
The 2022 SHAP Zombie Run needs volunteers before, during, and after the Event! We need your help to make it a success! Email SHAPZombieRunSF@gmail.com to see where you can support us. Let us know how you would like to help! We are especially looking for volunteers to be: photographers, videographers, social media live posters from the event, greeters, pre-event promotion, assistance decorating our Horror Lounge, event helpers & hosts, Zombie actors on the Z-Run routes, and some other fun stuff!
SHAP needs partners to make this fun, family-friendly community event a success! Sponsorship dollars not only help defray the cost of hosting the race, but more importantly, they will help provide veterinary care (both preventative and emergency), spay/neuters, medicines, food, and other supplies for the beloved companion animals of our homeless brothers and sisters in Northern New Mexico.
3K Zombie Run Route
Henna Tattoo Station
Henna tattooing is a form of temporary body decoration similar in appearance to a tattoo, although the colour of henna is usually somewhere between red, orange, brown or burgundy. In recent years henna tattoos have become very popular, as they are fast, easy, painless, and temporary.
SHAP Post Z-Run
After the Zombie Run event, head on over for yummy lunch at Second Street Brewery at The Railyard! Anyone is welcome to come and enjoy a great lunch and relax after the Zombie Run. Let's celebrate SHAP and the great Santa Fe community!
Join us after the Run
All Runners get a special offer from our great Halloween Party Lunch Sponsor!
1607 PASEO DE PERALTA
SANTA FE NM 87501
Discover all of our Zombie Run Activities!
Tarot Card Readings
Welcome to The Amethyst Circle
Founded by Danielle Auckerman in Santa Fe, NM
Bringing The Beauty of Earth's Energies To The Palm of Your Hand.
Danielle is an intuitive tarot card reader, energy healer and crystal enthusiast. Come with an open mind to receive messages from The Universe regarding the answers you have been looking for.
Tarot History: Tarot decks were invented in Italy in the 1430s by adding to the existing four-suited pack a fifth suit of 21 specially illustrated cards called trionfi (“triumphs”) and an odd card called il matto (“the fool”). While some people dabbled, the widespread use of tarot cards for divination only took off in the late 1700s, when Frenchman Jean-Baptise Alliette published the first definitive guide to tarot card reading and released his own deck alongside it.
Horror fan, KC, brings a touch of ghoulishness to the air! If you dare, come check out the treasure trove of ghouls, monsters, and goblins.And don't miss the Zombie Graveyard! We heard a Street Preacher may be there to give the "almost last rites" to some Zombies!
Check out the Railyard Community Room below--it's sad and ghostly empty now--but we are scoping out the "plot" to decorate our Horror Lounge in full ghoulish splendor by October 23!
A thing of beauty (or spooky-licious)--whatever you want! What design will you choose!?