New Balance 5K Run for Recess and Fun Run 2013

  1. Updates

Pre Registration is now closed. Day of Registration will be available on Saturday 5/4 at Moakley Park starting at 7:30 AM. $25 to enter the race cash, check or credit card accepted. 

Save the date for the New Balance 5K Run for Recess and 1-Mile Fun Run!  

When:  
Saturday, May 4, 2013 (rain or shine!)  

• Pre-Registration and Registration opens at 7:30am  
• 5K Run for Recess begins at 9:00 AM  
• 1 Mile Fun Run begins at 9:30 AM

Where:  
Joe Moakley Park
446 Old Colony Ave, South Boston, MA 02125  

Why: 
Have fun and support play and physical activity at 32 schools across Boston and run a spring race.

Cost: 
$25 entry fee

  • T-shirts for the first 300 pre-registered runners (sizes not guaranteed)
  • All proceeds support Playworks programming

For more information, please contact:

Amanda Drasny
adrasny@playworks.org  

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