Online Registration for the 15th Annual Shamrock 'N Roll Road Race is OPEN!
This year's race will be held on Saturday March 16th, 2019 at Atlantic Station at 8:30AM.
- Early-bird pricing until 2/14/19 at 11:59pm.
- Official AJC Peachtree Qualifier
- Atlanta's BEST St. Patrick's Day Theme Race!
- Race Shirts to the first 2,000 Registrants
- Free Race Photos from TruSpeedPhoto
- Healthy Lifestyle Festival with Vendor Village, Entertainment and Food
- Dogs and Strollers Welcome
- Chip Timing (optional) - Results Online Same Day
- Discounted Race Entry for Teams of 10 or More
- Great Prizes for Top Finishers, Most Spirited Team and More
Fun for the entire family! We look forward to seeing you there.
Join us on Saturday, March 16th for three great races to be enjoyed by the entire family! This is a fast course through and around Atlantic Station. Both the 5K and 10K are an AJC Peachtree Road Race qualifiers. Dogs and strollers welcome.
Event details and schedule
Parking, course, packet-pick-up and attire questions can be found here: Details:https://www.jlatlanta.org/shamrock-n-roll-faqs/
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM – Registration Check-In
7:50 AM - Race Warm-Up & Announcements in Central Park
8:15 AM - Runners/Walkers Line Up at Start
8:30 AM - 5K and 10K races begin
10:00 AM - 1K Kids’ Fun Run
10:20 AM - 5K & 10K Awards Ceremony
Proceeds from the 15th Annual Shamrock ’N Roll Road Race are used to financially aid projects and programs of the Junior League of Atlanta’s area community partners, and to train and educate JLA members for effective community service.
For more information or questions, please email [email protected] or call (404) 261-7799.
About JLA: In 1916, a small group of 45 women strategically linked vision, social capital and trained action to address community challenges on the front lines. Today, as we embark on our second century of service, the Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. (JLA) continues to support a wide variety of programs that support women and children at risk and make Atlanta a better community. We are an organization of over 3,500 members donating over 75,000 volunteer hours committed to the same vital mission.
The JLA believes that the collective power of diverse women, joined together to identify unmet needs and forge effective coalitions, can dramatically improve our community. Whether it was improving education through the establishment of the Atlanta Speech School, the Anti-Prejudice Consortium, and AppleCorp; improving the health and well-being of women and children through the creation of ChrisKIDS, The Atlanta Children’s Shelter, Trees Atlanta, or the Atlanta Youth Symphony (which became the Atlanta Symphony); or providing critical funding and volunteer assistance to hundreds of community agencies, the JLA remains at the forefront of making transformational change in Atlanta. To learn more about the JLA, visit www.jlatlanta.org.