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Shark week will be upon us soon. Join us again this year to close out this fun event by running Shark in the Park 5K/10K Race. We will be back at the beautiful Mendon Ponds Park. Enjoy an easy run along the Southern Meadow Trail. If you are running in the 10K race you will complete two loops. Prizes will be given to overall and age group winners.
Shark's Ice cream will be at the finish line again this year and we added a FREE bounce house for the young shark lovers to play on while their family members participate in the race. Also make sure you bring your shark gear because we will be giving out special prizes for the BEST SHARK COSTUMES!
UPDATE: Very excited to announce that www.cbcraftbrewers.com will be joining us with free samples of their new SharkByte Sour Blue Razz Gose! (proper ID needed) Not much beats FREE beer samples!
Race packets can be picked up at Saturday 7/20 from 10:00-2:00 at
Day of the race registration will be available an hour before race time.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
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