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October 3, 2014
· October 15, 2017
June 24, 2016
What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $29 for entry for one in the Zombie 5K Mud Run ($60 value)
- $59 for entry for two in the Zombie 5K Mud Run ($120 value)
- $10 for entry for one in the half-kilometer Kids’ Dash ($20 value)
- $19 for entry for two in the half-kilometer Kids’ Dash ($40 value)
The races take place on Saturday, October 4. For the Zombie Mud Run at 10 a.m., runners get to choose whether they’re a survivor or a zombie—survivors are outfitted with three flags and get a 30-second head start. Zombies can get their faces painted for free if they arrive early. All finishers aged 21 or older receive one beer.
The 9 a.m. Kids’ Dash (ages 3–12) features obstacles and mud but doesn’t involve any zombies. Kids can dress in costumes, though, and every finisher gets a medal.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 5, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Email registration required. Must email registration information by August 1st. Must be 21 or older to receive alcoholic beverage. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Lee Farms
It was 1869 when the Lee family planted its first seed in the soil of Tualatin, Oregon. Today, three generations of the family still keep Lee Farms' lights on and its scarecrows vaccinated. They stock the country store with local produce, 18 flavors of honey sticks, and 17 varieties of jam. In the bakery, the staff hand makes pies each day, baking perennial favorites such as apple and seasonal flavors such as pumpkin.
To keep things fresh, Lee Farms rotates the selection of food and activities each season. In May a greenhouse surrounds visitors in flowers, and in October the farm transforms into a celebration of the harvest season, when guests can pick from 12 varieties of pumpkins. Lee's staff cuts down stalks to make a corn maze and drives visitors on scenic hayrides across the farm while they sample kettle corn and homemade cider.