The HOboken HArriers Running Club hosted the 18th Annual HOHA Snowball on February 22nd at the Elk's Club, which fearured Hoboken Acoustic Jam and our headliner band, The Sons of Rest. The proceeds raised will benefit local charities, including the Jubilee Center and United Cerebral Palsy of Hudson County. A special thanks to all those who helped make this a fun and successful event.
If it is Fall, it is time for the Cross Country Race series. There are various courses to run, all approximately 5K, and it is a club competition, cumulatively scored. So come on out!
Schedule (Directions to courses here): Below is the schedule. Join us as we compete with other running clubs in the area.
Sat. September 28 Thompson Park RESULTS
Sat. October 5 Tatum Park RESULTS
Sat. October 12 Wolf Hill Recreation Area RESULTS
Sat. October 19 Thompson Park RESULTS
Sat. October 26 Tatum Park (Halloween Run for the Pies) RESULTS
Sat. November 2 Holmdel Park (Series Championship) RESULTS
All races will start promptly at 9:00 am. Registration and course review will begin at 8:15 am. Entry is $7 per race, with a discount if you register for all ($35). There are no frills (no tee-shirts, goodie bags, shoe chips, splits, water stations, measured course). You can register in Hoboken before we depart from the car-pooling spot. Bring exact change of $7!
Getting there: Car Pooling. Generally, we meet at the corner of 8th Street and Park Avenue in Hoboken at 7:20 each Sat. and depart at 7:30AM sharp via car pool, and we arrive back by or before 11AM.
On Sunday, May 12, 2013, the Hoboken Harriers Running Club
and All Saints Community Development Corporation held the Mother of All Races, the 15th Annual HOHA Classic.
The event included a Baby-jogger Jaunt (exclusive event for runners pushing baby joggers),
a 1-mile Fun Run for children, and the 5-Mile Race.
Proceeds from all events will benefit the Jubilee Center, a non-denominational community center in
Hoboken that provides after school youth programs.
Excellent weather was enjoyed by participants and spectators
alike. A special thanks to everyone who helped to make this a wonderful success.