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Edgewater Run/Walk 5K

Sunday September 28th at 8:00 AM

Join Third Coast Comics in this great fundraiser! We plan to run representing our geek love to the fullest. Runners/Walkers on the TCC team are encouraged to participate in CosPlay or any other nerdy way they can come up with! Lets do this!

Join us for the first annual Edgewater Back to School 5k Run/Walk! Celebrate our community and view historic sites along the lakefront path while raising money for 11 local schools. A portion of each registration fee will go to benefit the school of the runner’s choice. Many graduates from our schools stay in the community; invest in our future!

Whether you want to get moving with your family, your friends, or your dog, the Edgewater 5k is for you. Gather post-race for snacks and massages, then head to brunch at one of our local spots and return to Granville Ave. for the Edgewater Fall Art Fair featuring over 90+ artist, two stages and a beer garden.

There is no shortage to post-race brunch options in Edgewater! Stay close and dine on Granville Ave., or stretch your legs and head south to Bryn Mawr Ave. Either way, you won’t be disappointed!

Sunday, September 28 — Click here to register now!

Early Bird (before Aug. 3) $40/ Regular (after Aug. 3) $45

$5 of your registration fee goes to the Edgewater school of your choice!

Timed 5k Run: 8:00 a.m.

5k Run/Walk: 8:05 a.m.

5k Run/Walk with your dog: 8:10 a.m.

Edgewater Fall Art Fair: 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.


About the course:

The race route begins in front of the historic Sovereign Apartments at Granville and Kenmore and heads east to Sheridan Road. Runners will head south on Sheridan Road, a rare opportunity to run in the street, as they are dwarfed by the towering lakefront high rise buildings! The route turns east at Ardmore to the northernmost part of the scenic lakefront path, heading south past Kathy Osterman Beach. The run will take participants back in time to the Roaring ‘20s, past the famed Edgewater Beach Building. Rounding the corner of the Foster Beach concessions, the route meanders along the lakefront before turning around and heading back through the park.

About the beneficiaries:

The 48th Ward is home to nine elementary schools and two high schools, collectively serving more than 6.000 students.  Reflecting the incredible diversity of Edgewater, kids in our local schools represent hundreds of countries around the world and speak over 75 different languages.  Despite great challenges, our local schools have achieved marked success through the highest CPS level 1 ratings to the National Blue Ribbon Award with expanded IB programs and innovative arts partnerships.  Funds raised by the Edgewater 5k Run/Walk will go toward providing expanded educational opportunities such as arts and sports programs.