Texas School for the Deaf hosts 5K and Halloween fest this Saturday

The Spooky Skedaddle at the Texas School for the Deaf includes a 5K and 1K run, plus a Halloween festival.

The Spooky Skedaddle at the Texas School for the Deaf includes a 5K and 1K run, plus a Halloween festival.

It’s always more fun to run in a costume, don’t you think?

The Texas School for the Deaf Foundation will host its annual Spooky Skedaddle Heal Yeah 5K timed run, 1K Fun Run and Halloween Festival this Saturday.

The free event includes music, food trucks, trick or treating and festival games at the Texas School for the Deaf, 1102 South Congress Avenue.

Entry fee for the Heal Yeah 5K race is $35; entry fee for the Spooky Skedaddle 1K Fun Run is $3.

To register go here. The 5K starts at 9 a.m., followed by the 1K at 10:30 a.m.

The Halloween festival will include an obstacle course, bounce house, Twister, cake walk, food trailers, a costume parade, trick or treating, face painting, balloon darts and live music. Tickets can be purchased on site for all booths and games.

The Texas School for the Deaf is partnering with Dell Children’s Hospital and Heal Kenya to create a larger family friendly event. Proceeds will benefit the TSD Foundation and Heal Kenya. All hearing and deaf people, signers and non-signers, are invited.

Free parking is available at One Texas Center at the corner of Barton Springs Road and South First Street.

All Proceeds go to benefit Texas School for the Deaf Foundation and Heal Kenya. For more information go here. 

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