Welcome to the Home of the Kirkwood Rotary Ramble!
Every year the Kirkwood Rotary Club puts on a race through the streets of Kirkwood to raise money for local charities. Our race takes place the weekend before the Greentree Festival. We offer certified 5k and 10k courses, plus a School Challenge program for elementary and middle schoolers. We change the theme of our run every year to match that of the Greentree Festival, and encourage participants to dress up!
A Local Race for Local Charities
In 2016 we donated $10,000 of Ramble proceeds to local Kirkwood charities. The money we make from your entry fee stays local to help our neighbors in our own community.
This year we are donating to two local Kirkwood Schools, Kirkcare (our local food pantry), Project NOW (which provides meals for the weekends for needy local students), and the Kirkwood YMCA.
Please spread the word for the 2017 race so we can help even more people!
About Our Club
The Kirkwood Rotary Club is a prominent civic organization that works on causes from local in nature to international. We meet weekly for lunch on Thursdays to learn from guest speakers about everything from working in the US Marshals Service to real-life demonstrations from Ameren about power line safety to the expansion of the St. Louis Airport. We also provide thousands of dollars in scholarships to Kirkwood area students, coordinate the Greentree Parade, clean up the side of Lindbergh Boulevard, and have raised enough money to nearly eradicate polio - among many other things.
Check out our club's web page for more information.
Please click on the appropriate icon below to be taken to its race information page.
5k/10 Rotary Ramble School Challenge Program