Gear up for Dublin GA’s 47th Annual St. Patrick’s Leprechaun Road Race featuring a 1K Fun Run & Walk, 5K, and 10K where the whole family can run to support the ministry of Heart of Georgia Fellowship of Christian Athletes on Super Saturday, March 16th at 8 AM.
Runners from near and far flock to Dublin to partake in this festive event, where the streets come alive with the patter of feet and the cheers of supporters. The race kicks off with a burst of energy as runners don their green attire and lace up their shoes in anticipation. Whether you’re a seasoned athlete or a first-time racer, the Leprechaun Road Race promises an unforgettable experience filled with fun, fitness, and the luck of the Irish.
All events start and finish at Dublin High School’s Old Gymnasium located across from Belk at the Dublin Mall. Get those Irish eyes smiling and feet moving in support of Heart of Georgia Fellowship of Christian Athletes in the race to crown the fastest leprechaun! And don’t miss a special guest appearance by Lucky the Leprechaun!
Register online for $25 HERE!
Download form HERE!
Leprechaun Road Race Registration fee includes an official tee shirt. Early registrants are guaranteed a t-shirt and race bib but must be registered no later than Friday, March 8th. The last day to register online is Thursday, March 14th at 12 PM.
Register at Packet Pick-Up: All race packets may be picked up on Friday, March 15th from 2:30 PM – 7:30 PM at the First Baptist Church of Dublin Family Life Center located at 514 Tucker Street.
For more information, please contact at 478-279-2868.
Check-in for all races starts at 7:30 AM on Super Saturday, March 16th.
Friday, March 15th from 2:30 PM to 7 PM – Packet Pickup/In-Person Registration
Saturday, March 16th at 8 AM – 1 Mile Run/Walk & 10K Run
Saturday, March 16th at 8:30 AM – 5K Run
Fire up the weekend packed with fun at Market On Madison with Pig In the Park Friday and Saturday, March 1st and 2nd.
Keep your eye on the sky for St. Patricks Irish Balloon Festival & Glow Friday and Saturday, March 8th and 9th.
Build up momentum for St. Patrick’s Super Saturday on March 16th!
Jazz your senses at Music & Munchies featuring the Swingin’ Medallions on Super Saturday night, March 16th.
For over 40 more Dublin St. Patrick’s Festival events, visit dublinstpatricks.com!
Dublin Laurens County holds Georgia’s longest St. Patrick’s Festival every March! Dublin’s original festival kicked off in 1966, thanks to local radio personality, Dick Killebrew, who celebrated St. Patrick’s Day by playing Irish music and telling Irish stories and jokes. He felt the community should celebrate in honor of its Irish namesake, and others agreed. The first festival lasted for 11 days and included a Parade and Pancake Supper which are still celebrated today. The Festival has grown and changed over the years, and now includes six weeks of celebration. With a multitude of family friendly events, there is something for everyone!
Learn more about the St. Patrick’s Festival in Dublin GA HERE.