You’re an actor! Act courteously and respectful to everyone around you. Be happy, healthy and ready to participate in your once-in-a-century Screenland 5K, 9:00 a.m., Feb. 26, 2017.
Attach your official director’s bib number so it is visible on your shirt.
Follow any directions provided by race officials, volunteers, and law enforcement.
Runners keep to the left; walkers and participants with strollers keep to the right. First 2,700 finishers will receive official Screenland finisher medals. Screenland 5K guests shall maintain a 30 minute per mile pace so that streets can be opened to vehicular traffic. Screenland 5K cast members may ask runners and walkers to move to the sidewalk for their safety as the streets open.
If running with small children, please watch and direct them through the race. To claim lost items and be reunited with friends, visit the lost & found tent.
Screenland 5K is a non-profit public charity (501 (c) (3)) raising funds for local charities and for an extraordinary experience for volunteers, runners, spectators and partners. For purposes of safety and security, as requested by Sony Pictures Studios, The Culver Studios and city agencies, only registered participants will be allowed on the Screenland 5K course and in the finish chute area. Friends and family are welcome to meet up with runners at the finish line festival. Only runners and walkers are allowed on the course, except for the lead cyclist and bike medics.
Screenland 5K seeks a green, sustainable, and zero-waste event by working with the Culver City Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations Division, coordinated by Cathi Vargas and the Culver City Unified School District Environmental Sustainability Committee and Green5 environmental awareness campaign, chaired by Todd Johnson.
State of the art registration and timing program by Chronotrack and Pacific Coast Timing will offer race day sign-ups using computer tablets, eliminating paper entry applications. Superstar race bibs will have imbedded pro timing chips to tabulate your age division and overall finish, removing need for paper pull tags. Guests will see race results in the race kiosk on screens instead of on oodles of paper. Finish line cameras will send race photos to runner emails or smartphones.
Remember, after your rewarding run or walk, dine and shop in hip and historic downtown Culver City.