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Claremont Zombie Run

Run, walk, or crawl; whatever you do, don't get lost in the zombie-infested maze! There has been a breakout of the zombie virus in the Claremeont Botanic Garden and scientists need your help to contain it.

Surviving the maze will require a good sense of direction, stamina, and the ability to adapt to a dense jungle of native California plant life.

This isn't just another zombie run. Our zombies have gone to our exclusive Zombie Training Camp and are highly skilled in making sure the run is filled with suspense and excitement.

Make sure to register early to get the discounted rate!

A percentage of the proceeds will be given to the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden for their generosity in hosting this event and to increase awareness about native plant life and sustainable habitats.

Event schedule and times

Date: May 3rd, 2014 Saturday

Event Start: 8:00 am

Kids competition starts: 8:30 am

First wave starts: 9:00 am

Second wave starts: 9:30 am

Third wave starts: 10:00 am

Fourth wave starts: 10:30 am

Fifth wave starts: 11:00 am

Group competition starts: 11:30 am

 

Saturday, May 3, 2014 in Claremont, CA

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