Join us for the Inaugural WICKED Splash & Dash that will take place on August 20th at Patton Park in Hamilton, MA. Male and females between 5-15 years old will put their swim and run skills to the test in a swim and run to the finish. All participants will be awarded finishers medals and a bunch of custom swag. The top three finishers in each age group 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12,13-15 will receive a trophy at the post race award ceremony. There will be entertainment, post race festivities, food and beverages available for all participants. Each participant will be required to purchase an annual USAT membership (if you are not already a member) for $10 which covers the whole year for any race.
When: Aug 20, 2017 8am to Aug 20, 2017 11am in Hamilton, MA Cost: Cost*: $25 , $30 on 6/4, $35 race day*Above cost doesn’t include USAT $10 annual membership which is required to participate in this event.
Motorcyclists are welcome to join in a 44 mile ride from Hamilton to Essex, Gloucester to Rockport and back in order to benefit our selected charity, Feed the Dog, Inc. who supports Americas most Disabled Veterans with the costs of providing for their Service Dogs. Food, music, raffle, vendors, beer, etc. Riders $20, passengers $10, walkins $10. Consider sponsoring a rider for $44. (one dollar per mile) we are trying to get 50 sponsors at $44. each. Help the Dog, that Helps a Veteran! For more information call ALR President Doug Tinsley at 978-479-4588.
When: Aug 26, 2017 9am to Aug 26, 2017 2:30PMin Hamilton, MA Cost: $20 per bike rider$10 per passenger$10 per walk-in$44. per bike sponsor
Hamilton Massachusetts is a rural town comprised predominantly of residential space and many of its 7,000 plus residents commute to work to Boston and surrounding communities. The town has no manufacturing industry and no industrially zoned land so Hamilton’s identity as a suburban bedroom community is assured.
Hamilton has very special appeal as a residential community. Its location provides easy access to the Atlantic seashore with its beaches and preserves. Inside the town typifies rural New England with its many historic houses and large areas of open and agricultural land. Bradley Palmer State Parkand the Myopia Hunt Club and several large estates and horse properties can all be found within the boundaries of Hamilton.
If you were to visit the town you would likely share the road with horseback riders. Also within Hamilton is beautiful Chebacco Lake-great for fishing and boating. Hamilton residents are extremely proud of its well ranked regional school system that it shares with the town of Wenham.