Liberty Subaru
Liberty Subaru
TriCounty Soccer League
Ace Hardware
Proline
Gold Eagle Liquors
Praxis
Bill Johnson Family
Services Sanitation
Austin’s
Freedom One Networking
Peter Baker & Son Co.
T & T Reproductions
Snowseekers
Great Lakes Tug & Barge
White Deer Run Golf Club
Berry Tire
Sushi Thai
102.3XLC
Salerno’s
Salerno’s
KB Photography
XSport Fitness
Car Spa
Graham’s Marketplace
Bagels By The Book
LIbertyville Bank & Trust
Burnett Dane Funeral Home
Mark A. Wojciechowski
Cornerstone Automotive
Cornerstone Automotive
College Hunks Hauling Junk
College Hunks Hauling Junk
Murphy Ambulance
Murphy Ambulance
King By Friday
Kinetic Timing
Baird & Warner
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
Kristen Love Photography
Kristen Love Photography
The Gebhardt Schliepp Group
The Gebhardt Schliepp Group
McMurrough Funeral Chapel

About The Race

About The 5K

Experience a 5K Run or 5K Walk at the beautiful, exclusive private grounds at the University of Saint Mary of the Lake (also known as Mundelein Seminary).

Enjoy an opportunity of a beautiful course for all levels; competitive runners, run for fun, walkers, and families. Our timed course is certified by USATF and includes:

  • CARA 2018 Certified race
  • chip bibs for all
  • age awards and medals
  • online results
  • a custom designed T-shirt
  • post race pizza party immediately following at Salerno's Pizzeria in Libertyville.
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5K Dash Around The Lake

Day of the Event

Saturday, June 09, 2018

  • 7:30 - 8:30 AM - Same day registration available
  • 9:00 AM Sharp - Race Start
  • Gear Check tent available
  • More details see Event Info page

Mundelein Seminary [Map]

  • Use the Rt. 45 entrance which is 697 N Lake Street,  Mundelein, IL 60060
  • Rt. 176 entrance will be closed.
  • See Parking/Maps for Additional Parking info via Shuttle Buses

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Who We Support

Who We Support

The 5K is organized by the Knights of Columbus Libertyville Council 3674.  The majority of proceeds go towards home repairs made by St. Joseph youth group’s July Appalachia mission trip.  Some proceeds also go to local charities helped by the Knights.