YOUNGSTERS WILL ENJOY the Comox Valley Exhibition Track 'n' Trail Kids' Fun Run on Saturday

CVEX Track ‘n Trail Kids’ Fun Run on Aug. 23

Registration is 9-8:45 a.m.; racing starts at 10 a.m. at exhibition grounds

The Comox Valley Exhibition is once again inviting families to the Track ‘n’ Trail Kids’ Fun Run.

The run takes place at the exhibition grounds on Saturday, Aug. 23. Race day registration is 9-9:45 a.m. at the 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 is at 9:45 a.m. at the horse track start area. Race time is 10 a.m. The Marshmallows (5 and under) run the 500m horse track. Then the Chicklets (6-9) run a trail loop of 1km, followed by the Truffles (10 and up) completing a 1.5km trail. Awards will be handed out at 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 sixth year for this event, which is made possible by sponsors Comox Valley RV, Comox Valley Road Runners, Majestic Mattress and Hitec/Brazen Sportswear.  “We love being able to offer this one-of-a-kind experience to our community,” an event spokesperson said. “Can’t wait to see you there!”

More information is at www.cvex.ca or 250-338-8177, or email kathy_rung@hotmail.com (250-923-7882).

 

– Track ‘n’ Trail Kids’ Fun Run

 

 

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