5k novelty run Atlanta
An awesome 5K course will be laid out. Every kilometer there will be a station that will throw a different color on you and at the very end there will be a massive celebration with colors flying everywhere. Pretty much, it’ll look like a rainbow fell onto the earth.

Creekside High School JROTC 5K Run\Walk

5k Fairburn


5K, 1 Mile, & Tot Trot Douglasville
The DaySpring 5K is a fund raising event to help local schools in the Douglas County Area while promoting healthier lifestyles through exercise. Central Baptist Church has been partnering with the community since 2003 via the Dayspring 5K Road Race. All race proceeds are given to a Douglas County school that has been selected through an application process.


5k Atlanta
The Hit and Run 5K is a 5K fun run through a hilariously humongous obstacle course. Get ready to duck, dive, slip, trip, and laugh your way through the course. Claim your spot before someone else takes your chance!

Holcomb Bridge Hustle 5K

5k Alpharetta $20 for students/staff, $30 for adults
The Third Annual Holcomb Bridge Hustle 5K will be held on Saturday November 9th at 8 am. Runners, walkers and assisted athletes of all ages and levels are encouraged to participate in this fun, community-wide event.

Irish Dash

10K run, 5K run Marietta $25-$30
Support your fellow alums in the 3rd annual Fightin’ Irish Dash [FID] to raise funds for your Peach State scholarship program which provides annual support to many current Georgia Notre Dame students. Last year we had 75 participants take part, and we’re shooting for 300 this year. Follow the FID links below to learn more about how you can sign up for the event, purchase our FID support packages or join our committee.

Moustache Dash

5k Atlanta 30
Run or walk with us in lovely Town Brookhaven on November 9th and help raise awareness in the fight against prostate cancer and and also help in promoting men’s health.

Girls On the Run

5k Atlanta 25
Our objective is to reduce the potential display of at-risk activities among its participants by encouraging positive emotional, social, mental, spiritual and physical development. The goal is fewer adolescent pregnancies and eating disorders, less depression and suicide attempts, as well as fewer substance/alcohol abuse problems and confrontations with the juvenile justice system.