The Yeti is back!
Net proceeds from the Yeti Dash will be donated to the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Jamestown NY. More than ever, the fight against cancer is at risk. Please consider making a donation today to continue to provide research, programs and services.
The 6 Mile Trail Run is the final race of the 2022 Trail Run Series. Wind your way through 6 miles of trails, fields, boardwalks and streets at Asbury Woods, 4105 Asbury Road, Millcreek Township. Check In begins at 8:00 am. Day of Race Registration closes at 8:30 am. The race begins at 9:00 am. The race will be chip-timed by Runner’s High. Race registrants will receive a truly unique and sustainable race premium: a pair of hand-made mittens constructed from 100% reused materials. The cozy mittens are fleece-lined and the perfect accessory for cool temperatures. Post-race awards, music, snacks and beverages will round out the day. Please note: pre-registration highly recommended. We have 225 pairs of these unique mittens.
Walk to Make a Difference
Kyle Swain, an EMT and Communications Specialist at EmergyCare and Volunteer Firefighter with Belle Valley FD, had a passion for helping others. His dream was to join the United States Army and he made that dream come true. On Kyle’s last 6 mile training run in June of 2015, he collapsed of heat exhaustion 30 meters from the finish line. The next day, he passed away.
Join us on Kyle’s birthday to walk 6 miles from Belle Valley VFD to and around Headwaters park and back to the Fire Department. This is a recreational Walk/Run. It is not a timed event.
Registration is $30
You are encouraged to register in advance at emergycare.org/support/special-events/. The first 100 people registered will receive a cooling band. There will be hotdogs, drinks and s’mores at the Fire Department for everyone after the walk/run.
Each participant is encouraged to raise $101 in honor of Kyle training for the 101st Airborne. Money can be brought the day of the race.
Cross country type run with obstacles. Distances include 8K, 5K, and 2.5K.
This year’s Life Run will feature 5K and 10K races and a Fun Walk. All events will be routed over scenic country roads in Harborcreek and North East Townships. Come out for some fun and enjoy the fall harvest season in a beautiful country setting.
The 1891 Fredonia Opera House annual 5K Fundraiser! The 5K Run and Walk will be held on Sunday, April 24, 2022, starting and ending at Barker Common in downtown Fredonia. The 5K run begins at 9 a.m., followed immediately by the Walk. The 5K run follows
a USATF-certified course (NY17080JG) and will offer awards to the top overall finishers and top three
finishers in every age bracket.
Celebrate 40 years of the Women’s Care Center (WCC) at this year’s annual 5K Run + Walk for Life on May 21st, 2022 at Presque Isle Cookhouse Pavilion! This event draws hundreds of participants from all over our region. The day will include food, fun, silent and basket auctions as part of the festivities!
There is no fee to walk, runners pay a $25 registration fee. Register today!
Goodell Gardens & Homestead is excited to announce the 2nd annual Tree Hugger Trail Run!
Runners during the inaugural run will be the first visitors to enjoy our newly-formed woodland and farm field trails at Goodell Gardens & Homestead!
Taking place on Saturday, May 6, 2023 from 9 am to 12 noon, this event is part of opening weekend! Sign up to run or walk the trails and enjoy a variety of activities, including crafts and games for kids, a food truck, and more!
https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/Edinboro/GoodellGardens (when it is finalized)
This year is the 2nd Annual “Pay It Forward” 5K Walk/Run benefitting the 501(c)3 organization, Therapy Dogs United. Last year the walk/run was held virtually, and this year it will be held October 9th at Harborcreek Community Park at 9am. We are looking forward to a fun, successful event! The entirety of proceeds are being donated to Therapy Dogs United to assist them in the financial obligations related to their therapy dog-centered programs.
First run in 1984, the Nittany Valley Half Marathon has since blossomed into one of the region’s most popular road races, drawing several hundred runners each year.
The 13.1 mile course begins & ends on the Penn State campus, touring through rolling countryside, along scenic Spring Creek and through quaint Houserville.
Race Registration starts at $40