September 17, 2017
10:00am - 12:00pm


Menomonee Park
W220 N7884 Town Line Rd
Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin 43051

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Location:     Menomonee Park W220 N7884 Town Line Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

The wolf represents strength and embodiment of a wild spirit surviving on its own.  They are known for their endurance and are a symbol of stamina and strength.  The wolf enjoys freedom and individualism, but it is also gregarious and enjoys the company of others having a strong sense of family.

Much like the wolf, Run with Wolfes is a symbol of strength for all those fighting brain cancer and their families.  Run with Wolfes is a pack made from ties of affection and mutual aid to those that need it.

In 2014, it is estimated that approximately 23,300 new cases of brain tumors will be diagnosed.  Of that figure approximately 4,300 are expected to be diagnosed in children under the age of 20 years old. Brain tumors are the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in children under the age of 20 and in males from ages 20 to 39, after leukemia. Brain tumors kill more people under the age of 40 than any other cancer. Brain tumor research is vastly underfunded by private and public support when compared to breast, prostate or lung cancer.

Run With Wolfes is a fun and inspiring way to join forces in the fight against brain cancer by raising funds for research. Your support gives brain cancer patients and their families the hope of being another step closer to advancing research, determining a successful method of early detection and discovering a cure.

We are approved as a charitable non-profit organization under Chapter 501 (c)3


The September 2017 race will be held on a fantastic and slightly challenging cross terrain course through the park, including grass, wood chipped and paved paths.  We are hoping participants find a level of challenge and enthusiasm with this beautiful course.

Registration & Fees

30.00 Adult Runner 5K Individual – Chip Timed

20.00 Youth Runner 5K Individual – 18 & under – Chip timed

30.00 Adult Walker 5K Individual

20.00 Youth Walker 5K Individual – 18 & under (5 & under FREE)

Military – Former – Active Duty – Reserve Individual FREE w/Military ID at registration

Brain Tumor Fighter/Survivor FREE

 Race Day Schedule

7:00 Volunteer Check-In Park Pavilion

8:30 – 9:45 Registration & Packet Pickup Park Pavilion

9:45 Pre-Race Warm Up Walk to Start/Finish Line

10:00 Race Start Start/Finish Line


We are very excited to announce a pre-race day packet pick-up Saturday, September 16 from 1pm – 3pm at Menomonee Park Beach Pavilion.


If you are a competitive runner, head to the start line around 9:40. Families with young children, strollers, bikes, roller blades, and scooters must follow behind for safety reasons.

All adult and youth runners will be chip timed.

Results will be posted at the event and later in the day online.

Award Ceremony: After race end at food pavilion.


Run With Wolfes is an event for the entire family. A time to support out community, honor the memories of those lost, encourage the survivors, educate our children and help foster research into fighting and curing brain cancer.

We look forward to a terrific day and to seeing you at 8:30 am.

If you have any questions, please contact Cara Olson at runwithwolfes@gmail.com

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