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'Rock Your Heart 5k Run/Walk 2022
Sun, Oct 16 10:00 AM – Thu, Oct 20 2:25 PM EDT
Run, Walk, Get Movin' to complete our 3.1 mile route in Humarock, MA on Sunday, October 16th, 2022 at 10am (registration begins at 9am). Parking is available at the beach parking lot. If you can't make it to Humarock, there's always the option to complete your 5k virtually. Make sure to share your 'Rock Your Heart photos and videos with us to be included in our post race recap! *Tag @Alice's House on Facebook or Instagram when you post your photos & videos *Include the #RockYourHeart2022 *AND email us your photos or videos to [email protected] We can't wait for everyone to join us again this year!
'ROCK YOUR HEART
Join us for Alice's House 5th annual 'Rock Your Heart 5k that brings together the community and supporters in Humarock, MA. This year's 5k is our 25-10-5 anniversary! This commemorates:
We invite you to join us on Sunday, October 16, 2022 in Humarock to run or walk our 5k route. Grab a group to sign up, create a team, or come as an individual to enjoy the day. We'll also be offering a virtual option for those that can't make it. Hope to see you all there!
(This year's race will not be timed, but we know you're all there for the smiles and friendships!)
About Alice's House
Alice's House provides individuals, families, and groups a place for respite and sanctuary to heal or renew themselves emotionally, spiritually or creatively. Some come for solitude, others to share collective experience in a sanctuary by the sea.
For more than 50 years, Alice’s House was a gathering place for countless individuals who sought healing, renewal, reflection, and quiet space by the sea. John and Alice Feeney lived in this warm and welcoming Humarock Beach south of Boston for 40 years, always opening their home and hearts to those who had no place to go or needed support and comfort. In 1997, after Alice died, Janet Gibson, Alice’s friend, created a non-profit organization to buy this humble home, officially naming it Alice’s House and perpetuating its spirit and gentle healing power.