Carpinteria Education Foundation
LOCATION CHANGE: CARPINTERIA MIDDLE SCHOOL
Proceeds will continue to provide the students of Carpinteria Unified School District with essential art, athletic and cultural programs. Held annually on St. Patrick's Day weekend, this family friendly community event is fun for all ages!
Orchard 2 Ocean has become a favorite among Santa Barbara County and Ventura County runners/walkers with its beautiful course and delicious after-race food/drinks. The coastal view course runs along the Carpinteria State Park Campground, up to the Carpinteria Bluffs, and returns through the Carpinteria community. Same-day registration ($50) will begin at 7 am at Carpinteria Middle School. The starting line is adjacent to the school property on Palm Ave.
8:00 am - 10K begins
9:00 am - 5K begins
10:00 am - 1 Mile Fun Run
- Each Age Bracket
- Business and school with the most participation (must do early registration)
- Best Dressed (St. Patrick's Day Themed)
$30 - Online Registration Through March 13
$50 - Same Day Registration
$45 - BOTH 10K & 5K
$10 - 1 Mile Fun Run
$10 - CUSD Students (any race)
RACE ENTRY FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
EVENT IS RAIN OR SHINE!
Thank You to our Generous Sponsors:
Great Schools Don't Just Happen!
Carpinteria Education Foundation (CEF) exists to:
- Promote Excellence in Education
- To Channel Private Sector Resources to Carpinteria Unified School District (CUSD)
- To Inform and Involve the Community of the Needs of the School District
We are fortunate to be part of a supportive community that fosters a strong commitment to the schools and Carpinteria children. To protect and enhance the quality of life in our community, and to insure the value of our homes and property, we must continue to provide supplemental support for the educational and cultural enrichment opportunities for all students in the district.
Together, we can ensure our local children are on the cutting edge of technology, enriched by participating in the arts, have the opportunity to carry on Carpinteria’s rich agricultural economy, and compete in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) as they enter a workforce that continues to evolve.