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On the List: Volunteer Park Criterium, Saint turns 3, shelter kitties (+13 more)


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Hundreds of men and women in close-fitting clothing and riding fancy bicycles will be racing through Volunteer Park this weekend. What will you be doing?

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Saturday, April 9

  • 2011 Volunteer Park Criterium: Here’s a great look at what spectators and riders are in for. Saturday’s schedule:

    Start time Category Length Places Prize List Field Size
    8:00 Cat 5/unlicensed men 30 min n/a n/a 50
    8:40 Cat 4 Men 40 min 3 Prizes 100
    9:30 Cat 4 Women 30 min n/a n/a 50
    10:10 Master Men (30+ Cat 4/5 & 50+) 35 min 3 Prizes 75
    10:55 Masters Men (30+ Cat 1-3) 40 min 3 $150/3 deep 100
    11:45 Kid Race (ages 4-10) 1/2 lap ALL Ribbons  
    12:00 C/D’s: Men: 10-12, 13-14; Women 10-12, 13-14 20 min 3 Medals 100
    12:25 A/B’s”: Men: 15-16, 17-18; Women: 15-16, 17-18 25 min 3 Medals 100
    1:00 Category 3 Women 40 min 3 $100/3 deep 100
    1:50 Pro 1/2 Women 45 min 3 50% of entries/5 deep 100
    2:45 Cat 3 Men 60 min 5 $300/5 deep 100
    3:55 Pro 1/2 Men 70 min 5 $500/5 deep 100
  • Shelter Kitty Adoption Event at Garfield Community Center at 23rd/E Cherry
  • Montlake School annual dinner and auction benefit
  • Historic Seattle renovation fair at Washington Hall

Sunday, April 10

  • Off Hill but sounds worth a trip. Titanic! Emerald City Improv takes over Pioneer Square’s “Sinking Ship” parking garage for “a re-staging of selected scenes from the movie.”
  • 12 Minutes Max at On the Boards

Monday, April 11

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One thought on “On the List: Volunteer Park Criterium, Saint turns 3, shelter kitties (+13 more)

  1. This is a fun event – the bikes really fly around the park. The downhill curve at 12th Ave. (by the hay bale crash barriers) is a good vantage point.