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Mudstock 2018 - June 30

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http://www.theallianceofswmo.org/mudstock-2018/

ABOUT THE EVENT

Area youth of all ages are invited to have fun and get muddy at The Alliance of Southwest Missouri's annual Mudstock, taking place on Saturday, June 30th in Carthage at Myers Park (behind Lowe's – follow the Mudstock signs). The event will be held from noon to 3:00 p.m. and is free of charge to the public. In order for children to participate, permission forms must be completed by the child's parent/guardian. For children age 12 and under, the parent/guardian must also remain on Mudstock grounds during the event.

As the name implies, Mudstock is a mud-filled event featuring mud pit, and multiple water features, all designed by the Carthage Fire Department, Carthage Police Department, and the Carthage Caring Communities Coalition.

Mudstock is a fun, interactive alternative to drugs and alcohol that promotes getting muddy on the outside while staying clean on the inside. Shorts, shirts, socks, and shoes are required (NO SANDALS ALLOWED – NO EXCEPTIONS).

***NO PETS ALLOWED***

EVENT DATE

Saturday, June 30th, 2018

EVENT TIME

Noon – 3 p.m.

EVENT LOCATION

Carthage at Myers Park (behind Lowe's – follow the Mudstock signs)

COST TO PLAY

Because of our amazing sponsors we are able to continue to offer this event for free. There will be opportunities for purchasing event swag to help support our mission of keeping kids clean and drug free!

REGISTRATION

Registration is required to participate. There are 2 ways to register.

Online Registration: ends at 2 pm on June 30th, 2018

Paper Registration – A paper registration form will be available for download on our website prior to the event, at some local events, and at our main office in Joplin. Onsite registration will also be available the day of the event, but please be aware this will increase your wait time to get in to the event. Online Registration is recommended.

EVENT DAY REGISTRATION

Registration and check-in open at 11:30 am and will be located on the on the road next to the mud pits. Look for signs.

PARKING

Participant parking will be on all roads surrounding the event and some parking will be available at the church a couple blocks away from the event site. Please look for signs.

FAQ's

ARE PETS ALLOWED?

No. The event will draw in 1000+ people and our goal is to keep everyone as safe as possible.

If you have a certified service animal they will be allowed with their registered vest on event grounds.

CAN I JUST COME TO WATCH MY KIDS OR GRANDKIDS AND NOT PLAY IN THE MUD?

Absolutely! We love spectators and hope that you can enjoy the event as well in designated areas for people coming to view only.

WHAT AGES CAN PLAY?

All ages are allowed to participate. A parent/guardian MUST REMAIN on the Mudstock grounds while kids 12 years old or younger participate.

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