Portland’s St. Patrick’s Day Dirty Leprechaun 5K Mud Run is This Weekend @ Lee Farms | 21+ Obstacles, Music, Bonfires, Showers, Drinks

From our sponsors:
dirty leprachaunThe Dirty Leprechaun
March 14, 2015
9 a.m. Doors / 10 a.m. – Noon for Starts
More info: terrapinevents.com/

Lee Farms
21975 Southwest 65th Avenue, Tualatin, OR 97062

Want a great alternative to running with 35,000 of your closest friends on crowded streets in Portland? Come hang out with us at Lee farms for an AWESOME St. Paddy’s celebration! It’s gonna be the funnest, coolest, muddiest celebration ever! We hope to see you all there. The event features:

  • Covered area to hang out in
  • 21+ obstacles
  • Music
  • Bonfires

Included in race entry:

  • Commemorative Dirty Leprechaun t-shirt
  • Two ice cold beers
  • Snacks
  • Chip timing

Also available:

  • Hot showers ($5)
  • Mimosas ($5)

Parking at the farm is very limited. Please carpool to this event! Parking is $5 for any car with three or more people in it and $10 for cars with one or two people.

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