Thursday, November 26th, 2015 at 9am

I Like Pie is FootZone’s Thanksgiving Day run/walk open to everyone. Individuals and families of all ages and running/walking abilities are encouraged to come run/walk, bring pie, eat pie and have fun!

Cost: Suggested donation of $5 per attendee and 5lbs. of food for NeighborImpact.

Registration:  Online registration has now closed. You can register in person the day of the event starting at 8:15. To expedite the process, you can print the paper form here and bring it with you already filled out.

Where: Riverfront Plaza in front of Crows Feet Commons. Here is the route map.

When: 9am start with t-shirt pick-up beginning at 8am.

ILP-piePie:  Bring along a pie to help feed the masses. You can choose to enter it in the pie baking contest or not.   Prizes will be awarded for the top 3 pies in both the “traditional” and “open” pie category.

Food Drive: Please bring your 5 lbs of food for Neighbor Impact on the morning of the event. We will have a collection trailer behind FootZone.  Last year we managed 5,500 lbs of food and are hoping to top that this year!

Additional Donations:  We’ll have a jar at the event if you’d like to make an additional financial donation to Neighbor Impact. We suggest that each runner donates $5.

Course: Out and back on the 1st Street River Trail starting and finishing behind FootZone.  We’ll mark the turnaround for 2K, 5K and 10K.  The 10 mile turnaround is the green gate at the end of the trail.  Remember, this will be an untimed event.

Shirts: Shirts are an additional $15 each through November 18 and $20 each thereafter. All t-shirts ordered on or before 11/18/15 will be available for pick up at FootZone Wednesday, November 25 between 10am and 7pm. Or you may pick them up the morning of the event starting at 8:15am. Shirts ordered after November 18 will be available after December 14th at FootZone.

Dogs:  It’s no secret we’re a bunch of dog lovers at FootZone but unfortunately, our permit for I Like Pie prohibits dogs other than service dogs at this event. Fido will have to stay home but make sure the turkey is locked up first!

Parking: FootZone encourages participants to carpool to the event if possible, in order to lessen impact and make parking easier for all.

ADA accommodations: Contact Sarah Graham at with questions.



About NeighborImpact: Since 1985, NeighborImpact has been a leader in developing solutions and bringing resources to Crook, Jefferson and Deschutes County. It offers a diversity of services meeting basic human needs for food and shelter, while enriching people’s lives by providing access to increased education, skills, and hope for the future. NeighborImpact is a private nonprofit organization that receives federal, state and local funding; foundation grants; and donations from individuals and businesses in our community. To learn more about NeighborImpact please visit