Run through an outdoor art museum!
October 14, 2018, at 9 a.m.
You can run or walk amidst 15 different works of art including sculptures, murals, and horticulture along the scenic Bushkill Creek. Join us for your first 5K, to try to set a new PR, or to check out the art. This first-time event is walker-friendly, stroller-friendly, and dog-friendly.
Race begins behind The Spot on North Third Street in Easton, heads along the Bushkill Creek and through the arts trail before diverting onto the new Nature Trail section, which will wind up back on the arts trail, turn around at 13th Street, and go straight back to The Spot.
Awards will be given to first, second, and third place in male and female and the first-place finisher by age group. Registration through Sept. 30 is $25; Oct. 1-10, $30. Race day signup is $35.
Sign up by Oct. 7 to guarantee a race-day shirt!
19 & Under; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60+.
Registration at packet pickup tables is $35; T-shirts not guaranteed.
Race day pickup: Sunday, Oct. 14; 7-8:30 a.m.
7 a.m.: Race Day Registration Opens/Packet Pick-Up
8:30 a.m.: Registration Closes
9 a.m.: 5K Starts
10:30 a.m.: Awards Ceremony (will be adjusted based on last finisher’s time)
Awards to the first three finishers of male and of female, as well as the top male and female in the following age groups: 19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59 and 60+.
Optional online registration available at www.runsignup.com until Oct. 10
Entries are non-refundable. This is a rain-or-shine event.
We encourage participants who live in the community to get a warmup by running, walking, or biking to the event. Suggested parking areas:
-Lot across from the Williams Center
-Street parking near the start line (College Avenue)
Proceeds from the event benefit Friends of the Karl Stirner Arts Trail.
We thank our generous sponsors:
|Consider becoming a sponsor of the race to support this grassroots, community-based 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to leveraging the KSAT to advance civic dialogue, infuse the community with creative capital, bolster economic revitalization, and foster civic and cultural pride.|