This fun evening Urban Adventure Race coupled with the arrival of summer, Costume Contest, Live Band and post-event festivities will create a wonderful community celebration while helping out the Clark County Food Bank.
You can do this event solo although it will be A LOT MORE FUN to do it with at least one buddy. Teams can be maximum of 4 adults. If you have more that 4 adults that you want on your team, you can still all do the event together, just split yourselves up into multiple teams.
Each person/team will get an envelope with a clue that will send you to one of 15 stations located throughout downtown and uptown Vancouver.
Once you arrive, you will be required to complete a challenge (physical or mental)
Once you complete the challenge at each station, you will get the next clue to direct you towards next station and a raffle ticket to be used for door prizes at end of night.
Multiple kids can join a team, they just need to be able to complete 3-6 miles of running/walking and various physical challenges.
It's our own Amazing Urban Adventure Race. We can't tell you the details though because that will ruin the surprise and give you an unfair advantage! :) Just plan on having to walk or run about 3-6 miles depending on how smart you are :) and participating in a variety of mental and physical challenges. Note: You can cut the event shorter if needed.
From I5 going South: Take I-5 to the City Center/Mill Plain/Port of Vancouver Exit #1C. Veer to the right at the bottom of the ramp. Get into the left lane safely but immediately. Turn left at Broadway. Parking is free on the weekends.
From Portland I-5 going North: Take I-5 to City Center/6th Street Exit #1B. Stay straight off the ramp which turns into "C" St. Turn left on Evergreen. Turn Right on Broadway. Park wherever you can. Parking is free on weekends.
Kids 16 & under - $20
The Clark County Food Bank The Clark County Food Bank
As a grower, gleaner, and supplier of food, Clark County Food Bank partners with 29 local agencies and programs to serve the food insecure in our community. Donations allowed CCFB to distribute 3.9 million pounds of food last year, and over 10,000 food boxes each month to the hungry. Thats 33,000 people each month receiving help, 39% of which are children.
To address the root causes of hunger and food insecurity Clark County Food Bank educates clients and community members on the importance of healthy eating to cultivate good habits. Providing people with the knowledge, confidence, and skill to prepare nutritious and affordable meals significantly reduces their need for long term food assistance. Additionally the food bank works with dozens of local farmers to bring fresh produce into the emergency food system.
With the help of hundreds of committed volunteers, donors, and partners they provide emergency food relief and work to prevent long-term hunger in our community. Alleviating Hunger and its Root Causes. The Clark County Food Bank is helping our county, our community, our neighbors.