Wonder Run 5K and 1K Kids Waddle – October 7, 2017

Are You Ready to Run, Walk or Waddle?

Saturday, October 7, 2017, 8:30 AM

This race is guaranteed to quack you up!

The Wonder Run 5K and 1K Kids Waddle is a fundraiser for the Children’s Skin Disease Foundation and its initiative, Camp Wonder. The event is presented by Cetaphil and sponsored by Nestle Skin Health and its parent company, Galderma, a global leader in skin health with Texas roots.

Galderma was founded in 1981 in San Antonio and is now present in more than 100 countries with an extensive product portfolio to treat a range of dermatological conditions. Fort Worth is home to Galderma’s North America headquarters and more than 300 of its employees who share its mission of delivering innovative medical solutions for the skin, hair and nails.

This annual race is held at Martin House Brewery and your registration includes a dry fit style shirt for men and women, chip timing (on race bib), pre- and post-refreshments as well as a cobranded Wonder Run and Martin House pint glass and tasty beer samples (limit 3). A face painter and two bounce houses will also be onsite for the kids to enjoy!

The 5K Run/Walk features a USATF certified course and overall, masters and traditional age group awards. All kids participating in the 1K Kids Waddle will receive finisher medals!

And if you can’t make it to race day, you can register as a virtual runner and still receive your race shirt to commemorate the day!


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Special Guests

Fort Worth Mayor
the Honorable Betsy Price

Former Dallas Maverick Charlie Villanueva

Our Charity Partners


The Children’s Skin Disease Foundation is dedicated to educating the public about skin diseases while creating a support network for children with chronic and life-threatening skin diseases and their families.
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Discover the summer camp hosted annually by the Children’s Skin Disease Foundation that changes the lives of children who suffer from skin disease and lets them take a break from being a patient for a week to focus on just being a kid.
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