Frozen Nose & Toes

Mark it down! Saturday, February 1st at 11:00 a.m

As part of FROSTival Fredericton, the Frozen Nose and Toes event is a 4k Fun Run or a 2k snowshoe run on Saturday, Feb. 1 along the city’s riverfront trail system.

“This winter fun run is designed to encourage people of all ages to become physically active through a family-related running activity during the winter,” said Christine Little, Fredericton Marathon co race-director.

The non-chipped time event will start at 11:00 a.m. at the Victoria Health Centre parking lot with 4k participants running along the trail to the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge and returning to the start line at the Victoria Health Centre. The 2k snowshoe run will occur along the same trail system but beside the actual trail. Snowshoe participants are responsible for their own snowshoes.

Registration is $15 plus taxes and service fees per person. The first 150 registrants will receive a branded Winter Buff (no medals). An after-run Hot Chocolate reception for all participants will be held at the Delta Marriott Fredericton. Race-kit pick up will be held Thursday, January 30 and Friday, January 31 at the Running Room location at Kings Place Mall.

Started in 1982 by Paul Lavoie, the Frozen Nose and Toes Run was an annual February four mile run held in New Maryland. In 1998, Frozen Nose and Toes relocated to Fredericton where Lavoie continued the race for a few years until the Capital City Road Runners took it over for a few more years.

In 2019, the Fredericton Marathon rekindled the event with a 4k Fun Run or a 2k snowshoe run. This event is capped so register fast!

Run for Shelters

Registration open now at the Running Room.

Sunday, October 18, 2020

10 a.m.

Fredericton, N.B.

f6 Networks Run for the Shelters presented by Fredericton Marathon and Atlantic Chip

We firmly believe no one should be left out in the cold.

The f6networks Run for The Shelters presented by Fredericton Marathon & Atlantic Chip is an event designed to support the Fredericton Homeless Shelters and its mission to restore human dignity to those who are experiencing homelessness.

This year’s event features a fundraising 3k, 5k and 8k run/walk on Sunday, October 18, 2020. Start times commence at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 18. Race kit pick-up will be held at the Delta Marriott Fredericton between 12:00 –3:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 17.

Registration is $25 plus taxes and service fees. Your $25 registration fee will go directly to Fredericton Homeless Shelters Inc., with your registration information shared for tax receipt purposes only.

Register now at https://bit.ly/3555pzd

The first 150 registered participants will receive a special commemorative Runner’s Dri-Fit T-shirt. All proceeds (100% of registration fees) will go directly to the Fredericton Shelters Inc., A list of runners must be provided to the Fredericton Shelters Inc., for it to issue tax receipts to all runners.

Under the provincial government’s COVID-19 public health measures, this event will only take place during the yellow phase implementing: staggered start times; physical distancing measures; limited spectators; limited volunteers; self-service water stops.

Should Public Health change the COVID-19 phase from yellow to a lesser degree such as outbreak status, this event will transform automatically into a virtual run.

This event features chip-timed Crosspoint Contracting 3k, Bowman’s Pharmasave 5k and Valley Graphics 8k out-and-back runs along the city’s riverfront trail system to and from St. John House (Victoria Health Centre).

A special shoe/boot mountain will be held to give a new life someone in need. Participants, friends and families are asked to clean out their closets and bring their used shoes and boots to the race kit pick-up at the Delta Marriott Fredericton between 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 17 or on run day Sunday, October 18.

Last year, we raised $9538 so lets try to raise some funds to help our friends and restore dignity.

The Fredericton Homeless Shelters Inc. was established in 1983 by a group of people to provide temporary housing for people who suffered from house fires or other natural disasters with a small mention of the transient population. Its mission is and to some extent has always been to restore human dignity to those who were experiencing homelessness in Fredericton and the surrounding areas. Since then, the Fredericton Homeless Shelters have expanded to three shelters, the Men’s Shelter, Grace House for Women, and Brunswick Home Transitional Housing. Together, the shelters provide temporary housing to over 300 individuals every year.

For more information about Fredericton Homeless Shelters Inc., please go to The Shelters.

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