We will start the day with a light breakfast at Jodi’s Café in the City Park Pavilion,
just a few steps away from the start/finish.
All ovarian cancer survivors are welcome to join us, whether you come to
run, walk or just enjoy the day.
This is a great way to come together with other survivors, family, caregivers and friends.
You can chat with fellow survivors and loved ones, or just hang out and get fired up for the race.
Pop in for a short visit, or settle in and stay for a while. We will have lots of goodies for you:
Survivor beads (one strand to celebrate each year since diagnosis)
Goody bags stuffed with special gifts
Survivor shirts for race participants
Photographs and more!
Your loved ones are welcome to join you.
You can register for the Survivor Breakfast when you register for the race! Choose the "Survivor" registration option and add "Survivor Breakfast" at the end of the registration process.
If you do NOT intend to register for the race but want to attend the breakfast, just choose "Survivor Breakfast Only" from the list of registration options. (NOTE: You will not receive a Jodi's Race t-shirt unless you register for the race.)
Ovarian Cancer Survivors, if finances are keeping you from registering for the race, please contact Jeanene@Colo-OvarianCancer.org.
PARKING and SHUTTLE SERVICE for Survivors
Parking is available again this year for survivors in the Denver Museum of Nature and Science parking lot. Our good friends at Alpine GMC will be running a free shuttle service between the Museum parking lot and the City Park Pavilion.
Those who register for the survivor breakfast will automatically be sent a parking pass and map one week prior to the race.
If you are not attending the breakfast but need a parking pass because of physical limitations, please contact by no later than May 30, 2020. We do ask that if you are capable of walking from parking at East High School, that you do so and save the close-in parking for those in need of that assistance. Thank you.
If you need handicapped parking, please contact at least one week prior to race day.
A VERY limited number of close in handicap parking spaces are available. EVEN IF YOU HAVE A PERMIT, if all the spaces are gone before you arrive on race morning, you have two options:
Drop your passenger off in the handicap lot closest to the City Park Pavilion, then you must re-park at East High or in the neighborhood. NOTE: The passenger drop off is open only until 8:00 am.
Park in the Denver Museum of Nature and Science lot and then take a free shuttle from the Museum to the City Park Pavilion parking lot
PLEASE NOTE that handicapped parking in the lot next to City Park Pavilion CLOSES at 8:00 am and does not re-open until after the race concludes (about 9:30 am). No exceptions.
"I participate because I appreciate the sisterhood of the survivors. Seeing women who have survived this disease for so many years gives me hope!"