It's a way the entire family can get up, get moving, and have fun.
The Dorchester Two Educational Foundation is sponsoring the Big Obstacle Challenge. Adults and children, kindergarten through high school, are encouraged to get physical at this event on Oct. 2.
The event will raise funds to support learning activities at schools across Dorchester District Two.
There are obstacle courses designed for different ages and fitness levels. Participants kindergarten through adult who conquer the Challenge course will complete 10 obstacles before crossing the finish line.
Fitness enthusiasts sixth grade and older looking to test their strength can register for the Advanced Challenge.
It consists of 16 obstacles that stand between them and the bragging rights of a conqueror! Don't think you can complete the challenge? Well, 10 jumping jacks on the Challenge course and 10 burpees on the Advanced course allow participants to proceed to the next obstacle.
Organizers say there's plenty for spectators to do as well. There will be a fan experience zone with local vendors (including the Ashley Ridge High School Agriculture program), live music and games while watching participants take on the challenge!
The Big Obstacle Challenge Saturday, October 8, 8:00 a.m. until Summers Corner Hwy 17-A and Summers Drive Packet Pickup Date and Location Friday, October 7, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m The Corner House Café at Summers Corner
Participants will be assigned a specific start time, with waves beginning the course from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Individual and team participation are welcome.
The event will raise funds for the Foundation's Innovation grants. In the 2015-2016 school year, $42,500 was awarded to fund learning opportunities that impacted 8,515 students across Dorchester District Two.
For more information, call (843) 695.5353 or visit http:/educationfoundation.ddtwo.org/ to learn more and register. Follow the DD2 Foundation on Facebook for exciting details, updates, and a giveaway.