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Join Us for a Family-Friendly Community Event

Featuring a 5K Run/Walk, Kids K, and Art Festival!

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Location: Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum
901 Yorkchester, Houston, TX 77079

Proceeds from the Running for the Arts 5K & ArtFest benefit Spring Branch ISD’s ARTS Partners Program. The ARTS Partners Program affords many SBISD students the opportunity to visit and experience an art performance at an exceptional cultural arts venue, which otherwise may not be possible. Proceeds also benefit the SBISD Health Fitness Program to provide equipment and assistance to SBISD Heath Fitness Departments.

Online Registration

registration fees
All registered participants will receive an event t-shirt and goody bag.

To ensure the best availability of sizes, please pick up your packet early.

Online registration closes Friday, May 5 at 4:00 p.m.
There is no race day registration!

Race Day Information
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New in 2017! Running for the Arts 5K & ArtFest will feature a vendor marketplace, food trucks, kids’ activity zone, live musical entertainment, and much more! SBEF invites vendors selling handmade goods or representing an arts-related cause to be a part of the Running for the Arts 5K & ArtFest. This juried show can accommodate 100 vendors.

To apply for a vendor booth, please complete and return the Vendor Application by April 21, 2017.

Vendor Application

Show your love for the Spring Branch Education Foundation by becoming a fundraiser!
Email your friends and family and ask for their support when you participate in Running for the Arts.

Fundraising is easy and fun!

Fundraise for the Arts

2017 Art Contest Winner

Suzanna J., a 16-year-old junior at Memorial High School, is the 2017 winner of the Running for the Arts 5K & ArtFest art contest and her design will be featured on all of the event t-shirts given out to registered event participants. Suzanna has always attended SBISD schools and remembers the attending field trips to the Alley Theater, Houston Symphony, and Museum of Fine Arts as a result of the proceeds from previous Running for the Arts events. “Spring Branch ISD a great environment,” she says. “All the teachers are good, and I know they want me to do well.”