The Ichabod Crane High School Art Club will be holding its eighth annual Empty Bowls Supper on Tuesday, February 2, 2016, 4:30-6:00 in the ICHS cafeteria. The public is invited to enjoy a delicious simple meal at this community event and take home a ceramic bowl made by Ichabod Crane students. The bowl serves as a visible reminder that people go to bed hungry every night.
Admission by cash donation includes handmade bowl, soup, bread, and beverage. The ceramic bowls are created by members of the Art Club and students in Ceramics classes at ICHS. All proceeds from this "Empty Bowls" supper benefit the Valatie Ecumenical Food Pantry.
The OK5k Race annually donates funds from the race to the Art Club to purchase materials for making the bowls. In turn, the Art Club makes custom bowls that are given as awards at the OK5k Race, in addition to the bowls made for the Empty Bowls Supper.
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Along with our major sponsor -- Kinderhook Bank -- dozens of local businesses, organizations, and individuals make the OK5k possible. Please visit our sponsor's page and support them when you're in the area.
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Fun little video preview of the race course featuring the Runnin' Red Fox, Martin Van Buren, and other historical and running legends of the Upper Hudson Valley. (And be assured that no animals were harmed in the making of this video, although they were understandably embarrassed to be seen with us.)
Google Map for Location of and Directions to Ok5k Race
USATF Certified Course:The 5K race course has been officially measured and certified at the 5K distance. See below for link to PDF of certification map along with other images of the course maps and elevation profiles.
NOTE: If you have trouble accessing the PDF, right-click the link and save the PDF map to your hard drive.
OK 5k Course Map with Elevation Profile
Kid's 1-Mile Race Course Map with Elevation Profile
The Kid's Race is an "out-and-back" course which ends where it begins. The elevation profile is also "out-and-back" (from start/end, reading left to right is first half-mile; then reading right back to left at end/start is second half-mile)