Join us for a ~5 mile run through Fairmount Park followed by a happy hour at the new Whole Foods Market at 2101 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Saturday, March 4, 2017
9:00am - 11:00am
Whole Foods Market
2101 Pennsylvania Avenue
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Running coach John Goldthorp will lead us through Fairmount Park to our turnaround point, the Pavilion in the Trees. This is an all-levels run. We’ll start and end the run at the new Whole Foods Market at 2101 Pennsylvania Avenue. At the end of the run, enjoy complimentary snacks and specials on local draft beers at the new Whole Foods Market in-store cafe.
Bike parking available at Whole Foods Market at 2101 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Run will depart at 9:00 AM
BONUS: If you sign up for Fairmount Park Conservancy’s Broad Street 2017 team at the Happy Hour (or sign up online and email firstname.lastname@example.org by 3/3), you’ll receive a free I Love Philly Parks tote on top of many other great team perks!
More about Fairmount Park Conservancy’s Broad Street Run 2017 team:
The Broad Street Run is on Sunday, May 7th, 2017. Don’t just run in Fairmount Park, run for it!
Join our Fairmount Park Conservancy Broad Street Run 2017 team of Park Champions and enjoy great perks while raising funds for your favorite place to run; Fairmount Park. When you sign up with us, you have a guaranteed spot in the race.
For your support of the Fairmount Park Conservancy, each participant receives the following:
- Membership to the Fairmount Park Conservancy at the $50 level
- 6 guided training runs in Fairmount Park led by Best of Philly Running coach John Goldthorp.
- Park Champion Meet ‘N Greet Run + Happy Hours at Philadelphia Runner
- Exclusive Fairmount Park Conservancy clothing item
- Individualized fundraising webpage via Crowdrise
- More surprises at Philadelphia Runner
- VIP Access to post-race party at FDR Boathouse
- Blue Cross Broad Street Run 2017 t-shirt
Fairmount Park Conservancy works as a collaborative partner to lead and support efforts which preserve and improve the Fairmount Park system in order to enhance the quality of life and stimulate economic development of the Greater Philadelphia Region. These efforts include capital projects, neighborhood park stewardship and programs throughout the 10,200 acres of Fairmount Park.
See you Saturday!