Heartland Farm Sanctuary: First One Square Fun Run taking place on the Capitol Square

January 19, 2012. Madison, WI – Heartland Farm Sanctuary’s first One Square Fun Run is taking place on Saturday, February 11. This lighthearted event includes a single lap around the Capitol Square, followed by a complimentary lunch, mingling and fun at the Madison Children’s Museum.

Orange Shoe Personal Fitness will hold a group stretching session prior to the run.

Running is not required. The lap is optional and can be completed at one’s own pace. There will be water stations at each corner, accentuating the jovial nature of the “run”.

Several of Heartland Farm Sanctuary’s friendly animals will be outside the Madison Children’s Museum to greet participants.

Each participant in the One Square Fun Run will receive:

* Complimentary access to the Madison Children’s Museum the entire day ($7.95 value).

* Runners’ packet of coupons, gifts, etc. donated by the local business community.

* Lunch provided by Subway on the Square ($6.25 value)

* One (1) raffle ticket (more can be purchased onsite, day of event) for prizes donated by downtown businesses.

Registration is now open at https://heartlandfarmsanctuary.org/event-registration/?ee=3 and early bird pricing is available until Wednesday, January 25.

Event Details:

Saturday, February 11, 2012 10 AM – 1 PM

Madison Children’s Museum
100 N. Hamilton St., Madison, WI 53703

Find further information at http://heartlandfarmsanctuary.org/one-square-fun-run/

About Heartland Farm Sanctuary

Heartland Farm Sanctuary, founded in 2009, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping homeless farm animals in Wisconsin and building connections between animals and vulnerable youth. Heartland Farm Sanctuary provides a variety of animal-assisted therapy programs for at-risk youth, and uplifting animal-focused activities for older adults.

About the Madison Children’s Museum

Madison Children’s Museum (MCM) is an award-winning organization whose hands-on exhibits and programs celebrate and encourage children’s imaginations and the power of play as the cornerstone of learning. For more about MCM, including a fact sheet and detailed exhibit descriptions, please visit their newsroom at http://www.madisonchildrensmuseum.org/about-mcm/newsroom/.

Please direct press inquiries to:

Kristin Roosmalen

Phone: (608) 395-9741

Email: [email protected]