The 9th annual New Year’s Day Dash will have runners traversing snowy fields to raise money to battle Huntington’s Disease.
The one, two or five mile race will take runners across Middleton’s snowy streets and paved bike paths, according to a release.
The event will feature over 350 runners, a racing mascot and a log roller who all want to help battle the disease, organizers said.
During the last three years, the event has raised over $5,000 to battle Huntington’s Disease, according to the release.
The race will be held no matter what type of weather Mother Nature throws out on New Year's Day, according to the release.
Runners will start registering Wednesday at 9 a.m. at Quaker Steak and Lube at 2259 Deming Way in Middleton. The race starts at 11 a.m.