The 2016 NIGHT OWL RUN is September 9th!

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Online registration is now open at



Night Owl Run 2016 Entry Form


Registrant packet pick up and registration will take place in front of the Owl Lounge in Livingston (110 North 2nd Street) on Thursday, September 8th from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and then again on Friday, September 9th at the Sleeping Giant Middle School (301 View Vista Drive) from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m.



NOR Fact Sheet

The 8th annual Night Owl Run is a fun run (or walk), on a 4.06 mile course with multiple prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 10th, 15th, 50th and 75th place in both male and female participant categories, youngest and most seasoned participants and male and female 1st place Master’s Division participants.

A $50 cash prize is awarded for the best owl costume for one adult; however, it must be worn during the run!  Prizes for best youth owl costumes are also distributed.

Hot dogs, burgers and chips are served at the post race barbecue with fruit and plenty of water and Gatorade to go around. Participants 21 years of age and older also receive a free Night Owl pint glass filled with beer of choice at the barbecue area.  Participants under 21 years of age receive an Empire Theatre movie pass.

In the first seven years, proceeds from the events have netted over $29,000 and have been distributed to worthy local programs, organizations and/or fundraising events including:

Livingston Community Gardens (09) – $1,300

LINKS for Learning After School Program (09-15) – $8,250

Livingston Food Pantry Backpack Program (10-15) – $6,950

Livingston Education Foundation (14-15) – $2,150

Park County Big Brothers & Sisters (12/13;15) – $3,450

Park Co./City of Livingston Tennis Association (12) – $1,300

Counterpoint (14-15) – $1,000

Stuff the Bus Program (15) – $250

Livingston School Districts – New Bike Racks for SGMS and East Side (15) – $1,000

Dave Pettit – SGMS Science Classroom Volunteer Participation Winner 2015 – $500

Clarke and Lori Smith Fundraiser (14) – $500

Seamus Camp Memorial Night Owl Run Scholarship (11-15) – $3,000