The New York City Hash House Harriers announced the details of this year’s annual Red Dress Run weekend. Events are planned from Friday Sept 21 through Sunday Sept 23. Finally legal, this will be NYCH3’s 21st annual Red Dress.
Red Dress Run Info
New York City’s Red Dress Run is always a blowout. There’s nothing – well, precious little – to compare to red dress hashing through high traffic tourist areas of New York City.
Here’s the schedule: Continue reading
The New York City Hash House Harriers announced that the 2018 annual Red Dress Run weekend is scheduled for September 21 – 23rd 2018. This is NYCH3’s 21st annual Red Dress.
Red Dress Run Info
We received the following communication from the kennel directly: “Save the Date. Details soon…”. So that’s not a lot to go on, but New York City’s Red Dress Run is always a blowout. Continue reading
The Sans Clue Hash House Harriers are hosting their 1000th run and 25th birthday over the weekend of April 1st 2018 in Paris, France. They promise an open Friday night bar, transportation to the start of their Red Dress R*n on Saturday (#999) and r*n #1000 on Sunday, 2 birthday parties, plus booze and food all weekend. Attendees will also receive commemorative haberdashery.
The web site describes the weekend as “fabulous freezing froggy Sans Clue hashing fun!”
You can register here, although it looks like there’s already a waiting list. Rego costs €1,025 and does not include lodging, so book your own hotel. On on!
The Mad Cows of the Long Island Lunatics H3 are running their 69th trail, and want you to join them! The LIL is a relatively new New York City area hash, having had their inaugural run on May 6th, 2012.
The Long Island Lunatics H3 are celebrating the 69th hash all weekend long, with the following events: Continue reading
Did you know that there’s more than one Summit Hash in New Jersey? I didn’t, but I do now. The Anything Goes Summit HHH is hashing the very week that this notice is being posted, on Saturday 8 Apr at 3PM. Start is at at 236 Communipaw Ave in Jersey City near Liberty State Park.
The on after has been thoughtfully posted already. Hashers who choose to tolerate each other after the trail may repair to the Lucky 7 at 322 2nd St in JC.
The famous Washington DC Red Dress Run is scheduled for Saturday Sept 23rd 2017, starting at 12 noon. Festivities will be held at the Blind Wino, which seems to be a bar located in the incredible Art Annex event space in SW.
Registration for the Washington DC Red Dress Run ain’t cheap, at $115, but gets you an array of benefits, including: Continue reading
WH4 Campout – The Horniest Place on Earth (in Virginia)
The White House Hash House Harriers from northern Virginia/DC are hosting a campout in Rileyville, Virginia during the weekend of 28-30 July 2017. Titled “The Horniest Place on Earth: EpcoXXX Center 2017”, the WH4 celebrate 30 years of being “the Most Magical Hash in the World”, or, I suppose, 30 years of hashing in the DC area. Continue reading
Eurohash 2017 will hosted by the Vindobona Hash House Harriers in Vienna, Austria on 7-9 July, 2017 with a series of events including their Red Dress Run leading up to the big Eurohash weekend. Rego includes a goody bag, wrist bands, and “last minute information”. There are events planned during the preceding week that are not included in the rego price, but will surely be worth the extra cost, including: Continue reading
Kiddie from the Tampa Bay H3 is offering a bus tour for hashers attending Eurohash 2017 in Vienna during July 2017. Sounds like fun! The tour runs for 10 days and is estimated to cost around $1600US per hasher. The party bus will visit Munich, Venice, Zagreb, Budapest, Prague, Salzburg, and Vienna. The rego gets you a shared hotel room, breakfast, and five dinners.
Per the web site: Continue reading
In 2016, a reporter from Outside Magazine hashed with a few of the New York City Hash House Harriers’ kennels. I met her; she was a pretty good sport, hashing in Brooklyn and the city, and taking her down-downs without too many complaints. As is customary in New York City, she was not named.
The article was published in one of the magazine’s Fall issues and is now available online.