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Sunday July 30 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Barre Heritage Festival 5K Trail Race at The Barre Town Forest Barre Town Parking Area
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10:00AM-12:00PM: Barre Heritage Festival 5K Trail Race

 

The Barre Town Forest Trails

 

Sponsored by Central Vermont Runners and ReHab Gym

 

Join us in a fun and scenic 5k trail race to benefit the SHS Cross Country Team. A fun and scenic 5k trail race starting at the Barre Town Forest parking area off Brook Street, through Websterville’s historic granite quarries. REGISTRATION Day of from 8:45 to 9:45. START is at 10:00AM at the Barre Town Forest Parking area at 44 Brook Street. Cost: $10. Pre-registration forms available at cvrunners.org. Pre-registration due by July 22. For more information contact Race Director, Jackie Jancaitis, 479-4000 or Jacqueline.jancaitis@rehabgym.com?

Important Info

Registration is 8:45 to 9:45. Race is at 10:00AM at the Barre Town Forest Parking area off of Brook Street.

More Information: Contact Race Director, Jackie Jancaitis, 479-4000 or Jacqueline.jancaitis@rehabgym.com

Cost: Entry fee $10, pre-registration due by July 22.

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