Lower Cape TV's Fun Run 5K

Plus Kids mini-run and costume contest to celebrate the season

EASTHAM, MA – Lower Cape TV announces its first annual Fun Run 5K – costumes optional but encouraged! The Sunday, October 21 event includes a scenic 5K run managed by South Shore Race Management, with registrations for both adults and under-18 categories. A portion of the under-18 registrations will help fund equipment for the Nauset School’s KidNews 22 program.

A fun mini-run / costume parade for kids rounds out the morning, with prizes for best costumes and gift bags for all participating children.

The 5K “Reel Run” begins at Nauset Regional High School, 100 Cable Rd., Eastham, and continues past the Three Sisters Lighthouse, to Nauset Light, and then back through a gently wooded fire road.  Registration starts at 8 am and the race begins at 9 am. Registration is $25 in advance or $30 day of the race. Under-18 registrations are $20 in advance or $25 day of race. Registrations prior to October 9 are guaranteed a race T-shirt.

The kids’ mini-run and costume contest begins at 10 am, with prizes and awards immediately following. The kids mini-run and costume contest is free, but please register in advance, so your child will have a goodie bag.

To register or for more information contact Lower Cape TV at [email protected], 508-694-3500, www.lowercapetv.org, or South Shore Race Management at www.southshorerace.com. Special thanks to race sponsors including the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority (RTA)!

Lower Cape Community Access Television, Inc., is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that serves as a hub for connection, creativity, and community voice. It produces Lower Cape News, runs local stations Channel 99 and Channel 22 for the Lower Cape communities of Brewster, Eastham, Orleans, Wellfleet and Truro, as well as for the Nauset Regional and Truro Central school districts, and supports community members and nonprofit organizations in using video to tell and share their stories.

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