Make your own backyard obstacle course!

Posted 5/22/20

With everyone at home and with spring weather upon us, this free contest provides Rhode Island and Bristol County Massachusetts residents an opportunity to get outside and have some creative and …

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Make your own backyard obstacle course!

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With everyone at home and with spring weather upon us, this free contest provides Rhode Island and Bristol County Massachusetts residents an opportunity to get outside and have some creative and interactive fun.

BoldrDash, is partnering with Thrive Outside to encourage families to Stay-at- Home and use creativity to enjoy some exercise with their Backyard Obstacle Contest. Entry is free and prizes include a pollinator garden, gift cards to local businesses and a fully installed $10,000 koi pond.

There is even a Doggie Category, so everyone can get involved.

Video Submissions run through May 31st and can be submitted to our Facebook Contest Page Obstacle Marvels or by email to Lynn@boldrdashrace.com.

Contest rules and entry information can be found at boldrdashrace.com.

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