What's going on Saturday in St. Lawrence County
SPORTS, RECREATION ON SATURDAY
Sandy’s Steps 5K
MASSENA: Sandy's Steps to Edge Out ALS hosts their sixth annual 5k walk/run; race begins at 11 a.m. at Robert Moses State Park; pre-register: www.edgeoutals.org , or register at the park the day of the event, beginning at 10 a.m.; cash prizes and medals awarded for fastest time for male and female runners 14 and up, 8-13, and under 8; $100 Amazon gift card will be given to the participant with the highest pledge amount; smoker/grill raffle, 50/50 raffle, Chinese auction, bake sale, and food by Rapidz; vendor tables and outdoor games hosted by the Nicandri Nature Center; 315-250-4131 or [email protected].Stomp out Stigma
OGDENSBURG: St Lawrence Psych Center hosting the first annual "Stomp out Stigma" 5k for Mental Health Awareness, sponsored by Pepsi and the SLPC Employee Assistance program, open to the public; 10 a.m., Hosmer’s Marina, 54 E. River St.; pre-register for $20 and a free t-shirt by April 11; register after April 11 $25, t-shirt not guaranteed; first 250 registrants receive free Fandana; info, registration forms: Stacie Carroll, 315-541-2100, [email protected].
GOUVERNEUR: Gouverneur Soccer Club will hold registration from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Gouverneur High School cafeteria. They also seek volunteer coaches and referees. There will be a 50 percent discount on registration fees for all children of a parent who volunteers to coach or referee. Player registration is $50 for a single player, with discounts for each additions player afterward. Practices start June 24. Games start July 9. They will be divided into teams based on age. A parent or legal guardian must be present to sign up a child. A birth certificate or photo ID with the child's age will be required. Financial assistance programs are available. More info: Gouverneu[email protected], 315-836-5775
HERMON: Hermon Hike 4 Veterans, 11 a.m., Skunks Nest, Main St; 2-mile walk or 5-mile run; benefits Have a Heart Charity; $40 registration fee per runner; all runners receive shirt, water bottle, morning snacks, and lunch after race; info: Sheri Smith, 101 Thatcher St., 315-244-3856, [email protected].
CANTON: Beard Laws Motorcycle Poker Run to raise money for the Richard E. Winter Cancer Center, 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; run is starting at Char’s Bar, 7235 County Route 27; registration starts at 9:30 a.m. and the ride starts at 11; entry fees are $15 for a single and $20 for a double. There will be cash entry only; an ATM is on site; stops include Jocko's, Last Lap, Lone Wolf, and Doug's Tavern; riders must report back at 5:30 to draw their hand; 50/50 raffles as well as silent auctions; live music to follow with the band Sudden Impact.