THE TRACK N’ TRAIL Kids’ Fun Run will be back again this year at the Comox Valley Exhibition.

Track n’ Trail Kids’ Fun Run back this weekend

The Comox Valley Exhibition and the Comox Valley Road Runners once again invite families to the Track n' Trail Kids' Fun Run

The Comox Valley Exhibition and the Comox Valley Road Runners once again invite families to the Track n’ Trail Kids’ Fun Run.

The run will happen at the exhibition grounds on Saturday, Aug. 24.

Race Day Registration: 9 to 9:45 a.m., Dove Creek Entrance, (on Dove Creek Road).

Registration and entry to the exhibition is free for all participants for the day, (parents must pay entry to CVEX).

Warm-up: 9:45 a.m. at the horse track start area.

Race Time: 10 a.m., the Marshmallows start, (other age categories to follow).

The Marshmallows, (ages five and under), run the 500-metre horse track. Then the Chicklets, (ages six to nine), run a trail loop of 1km, followed by the Truffles, (ages 10 and up), completing a 1.5km trail.

Awards: 11 a.m.

You can also fill out a registration form found in the CVEX Entry Book at www.cvex.ca and bring it to the Exhibition Grounds on Headquarters Road.

This is the fifth year for this alliance of two great community organizations, working together to promote the fun of fitness through running. We love being able to offer this one of a kind experience to our community.

Can’t wait to see you there!

For more information visit www.cvex.ca, or call 250-338-8177

or e-mail kathy_rung@hotmail.com (250-923-7882).

— Comox Valley Exhibition

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