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Race Kit Pick-Up:


Race Kits can be picked up on Friday, June 14th from 4-6pm at the following location:


Lennox and Addington County Museum and Archives (97 Thomas Street East, Napanee)


Race Day Race Kit Pick-up (on site) will be available starting at 700am.


Race Day Schedule:

700am to 745am:  Race Day Race Kit Pick-up

800am:  Kids 1-miler (5K Walkers start)

830am:  5K Race

930am:  Awards and Draw Prizes

5K Run Course (Click Photo to Link to Interactive Map)
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Kids 1-Miler Run Course (Click Photo to Link to Interactive Map)

The race will start and end at Lennox and Addington County Museum and Archives, located at 97 Thomas Street East in Napanee.  There are approximately 90 parking spaces on site, with additional street parking available.


1 Miler:  Awards for Top 3 Female and Top 3 Male athletes (no age categories, max age is 12)

5K:  Awards for Top 3 Female and Top 3 Male athletes.  Top 3 Age Category prizes for 10 and under, 11-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, and 70+.  Medals for Top 3 Masters Male and Female Athletes.  Middle of the Pack Award.  Draw Prizes.

Additional Award:  $100 cash prize for any Male or Female Athlete who bests the current course record.  Current record for Males is 14:52 (Kevin Coffey, 2022).  Current record for Females is 16:44 (Anna Workman, 2023).

We are passionate about using race funds to support and build our community.  Find out more below!


In 2016, we were able to donate $15,000 to the Rotary Club of Napanee in support of the revitalization of Rotary Park, and the construction of much needed accessible playground equipment.  

Our 2017 race funds ($12,500) were donated to the Limestone District School Board to kick-start a revitalization of the track and field facility next to NDSS.  This project is scheduled to take place in the summer of 2018!

Our 2018 race funds ($11,500) were used to support the Lennox and Addington Seniors Outreach Service 55+ Activity Program.  This program provides low-cost physical activity options, with qualified instructors, for our local seniors.

In 2019, we started a three-year collaboration with Gibbard District to build an outdoor adult fitness park next to the new Gibbard District site.  We got off to a good start, raising $11,000 in funds.  We continued our efforts on this project in 2022, adding another $15,200 to the pot!  Our final year raising funds for the project resulted in an additional $19,000 being raided.  Once the Gibbard District grounds are ready for us, we will be able to present a cheque for $45,200!

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