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|Join us for the 7th Annual Norwich WinterFest 5K! Reliance Health, Inc. and HMF Events (Hartford Marathon Foundation) are pleased to bring the WinterFest 5K and Free FitKids Fun Run back to Norwich. Join this festive race for a great cause – to benefit Reliance Health, Inc., a non-profit community mental health center in Norwich while highlighting the importance of community wellness. New location and NEW COURSE for 2019! Registration and awards will be held at Kelly Middle School with the 5K taking runners through Mohegan Park.
The race is open to both walkers and runners at all fitness and experience levels – a fun family event to get moving and active! Not a runner or a walker? Consider volunteering! Volunteers get free shirts and coffee. Register to run, walk, or volunteer at: https://www.hartfordmarathon.com/norwich-winterfest-5k/
All participants get a long sleeve tech shirt, delicious post-race food and family fun activities. Balloon art, face painting, and a special prize for best costume! The races kick off with a free HMF FitKids run at 9 with the 5K following at 9:30.
HO HO HOliday Series! Celebrate the season by running all three holiday-themed races: Norwich Winterfest 5K, Blue Back Mitten Run and Run for a Claus. Register early for all 3 events to guarantee commemorative HO HO HOliday Series swag. Details available at: https://www.hartfordmarathon.com/challenge-series/
Sponsored by: The Schuster Group; Leader Stores, Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc., Smith Insurance, Inc.; Alarming Ideas, Chelsea Groton Bank, CohnReznick LLP, Eastern CT Savings Bank, IT Direct; Scepanski Roofing; A.A. Lock & Key, Dime Bank, The Pest Pros, & Waittes Insurance
Join this family fun event of the season that takes place along the scenic coast of Niantic in support of the Brian Dagle Foundation and Brian's Healing Hearts in Niantic. All proceeds help provide free grief support and suicide prevention programs throughout Southeastern Connecticut.