Beez Foundation Duck Race
3.The Mighty Ducks
5.Heymans from NH
ONLINE ADOPTIONS ARE CLOSED FOR 2016!
You can still purchased ducks at the Raritan River Festival today (9/25/2016) until 5:00. Go here for more info on the Fesival.
Quick update: If you don't receive your confirmation email from The Beez Foundation listing your duck numbers, please send us a message here and tell us your username and we'll manually check to make sure your numbers were assigned to you. We're sorry for the problem, but our email server is getting bogged down with last minute requests.
Just click the duck (the button at the top right of this page) to get started. If you've adopted ducks from us in the past, try logging in with your info from last year or years before, you might already be in the system.
Also, start or join a team and compete with or against your friends to be the Number One Duck-adopting Team for 2015! There's word floating around that there might be a cool prize for the top team. We're not sure what it is yet, but it could range anywhere from a really cool certificate to hang on your wall(s) to a fully-restored vintage 1923 Rolls-Royce Phantom Sedan.*
If you're new to the Duck Race, you can sign up for a new account and optionally join or organize a team, which is a great way to get your friends, coworkers and family members involved. Compete against other teams to be the King Duck! If you're a Duck Race veteran, you can use the same username and password from last year to login and start adopting right away. Please note, if you join a team, your membership in that team is subject to approval by the team's administrator. Until approval is given, your duck totals will be applied to the "Everything Else" team. Once you're approved, you'll receive an email confirmation from the address "email@example.com" and your info will move to the team you joined. The Beez Foundation has no control over the administration of teams. It's entirely up to the team's administrator. If you have any problems, please send an email to Team Dispute and we will do our best to resolve it.
We've streamlined the ordering process since last year, so now adopting ducks is only a few clicks away!
After you place and pay for your order, you will receive an email from the address "firstname.lastname@example.org" with your duck adoption numbers. Sometimes, these get filtered as spam, so if you don't get your numbers within an hour of ordering, check your spam folder. You can also add "email@example.com" to your address book.
* Of course, we're kidding about the Roll-Royce. They didn't make a Phantom in 1923.
P.S. - If you have any problems or questions about adopting ducks, setting up or joining a team, or just want to complain about life, send the webmaster a message by clicking here and we'll get back to you with either a solution or amateur life coaching.
Last Edited: Oct 7 2:14pm
Remember, the Beez Foundation's Rubber Duck Race is part of the Raritan River Festival, New Jersey's first and best environmental and fun festival for over 30 years. It's on September 25, 2016 - from 12-6 at Boyd Park in New Brunswick. Go here for more info about the Festival.
Some of this year's events...
Beer & Sangria Gardens
Food & Drink Vendors
Live Music all day
Cardboard Canoe Race
Kids games and Activities
Historic Water Taxi
New events are being added all the time.
Last Edited: Jul 14 2:55pm
From 287: Take exit 10 towards New Brunswick. Travel 4 miles and
make a left at Franklin Blvd/Landing Lane. Travel 2/10s of a mile and
make a right at the light onto George St. just before the Landing Lane Bridge.
Travel 2/10s of a mile and bear left at the fork in the road onto Route
18 south. Travel 2 miles on Route 18 South and make a U turn at the
Paulus Blvd exit to travel North on Route 18. Once on Route 18 north
stay to the right and travel on the local side. After
passing the first traffic light on Route 18 bear right into Boyd Park
and City Dock Site.
From Route 18 north: Travel Route 18 north over Route 1 and into
the City of New Brunswick After passing the first traffic light at
Paulus Blvd get into the right lanes to stay in the local lanes. After
passing the next traffic light for George Street you will need to get in
the right lane. Exit Route 18 for the entrance to Boyd Park and the
City Dock Site.
From Route 1 north or south From Route 1 north or south exit at
Route 18 north. Once on Route 18 north in New Brunswick you will
need to move right to the local lanes for Route 18. After the traffic
light for George Street you will need to get in the right lane. Exit
Route 18 for the entrance to Boyd Park and the City Dock Site.
Last Edited: Sep 9 4:08pm