This ain’t no beer mile! At Toronto’s beer-iest 5-kilometre fun run the real party begins when you cross the finish line into the Craft Beer & Food Festival. Kick back with friends as you sample the finest Canadian craft brews, nosh on delicious food truck eats and enjoy live music all afternoon long. Join us for our third annual event on Saturday, September 15th, 2018 at Ontario Place. Take in stunning views of the city and Lake Ontario as you take a tour of Ontario Place’s East and West Islands. This closed-to-traffic route is run on wide, paved paths and is mostly flat with a few short hills and a pedestrian bridge crossing. There is one water station on course. Cross the finish line and you’ll be bestowed with your very own Famous Canadian Beer Run stein, and two beers to get you started at the Craft Beer & Food Festival. Do the course at your own pace! Walkers, runners and athletes/non-athletes of all abilities are welcome! This event is NOT timed. Five wave start times are limited to 500 participants each, to ensure that there is plenty of room on the course for you to take in the scenery. Choose your preferred wave start time when you register. Included with run registration: custom Famous Canadian Beer Run stein, soft-cotton race shirt, beer chips good for 2 beers or 4 four sample pours, race kit filled with sponsor goodies and entry into the post-run Festival featuring live music, vendors and more! Run 5-kilometres and reward yourself with beer! Our Craft Beer & Food Festival is where the magic happens. Cross the finish line and enter the Festival, where craft beer vendors are waiting for you to stop by their booths! Enjoy your favourites or sample new brews as you and your friends relax in Muskoka chairs while listening to live music. Cider and vodka cocktails are also on offer, as well as delicious food from Toronto’s most sought-after food trucks. Peruse the other booths or just enjoy an afternoon of relaxation. Festival Only passes are available for non-runners at a cost of $25. Included with Festival Only registration: custom Famous Canadian Beer Run stein, beer chips good for 2 beers or 4 four sample pours and entry into the Festival featuring live music, vendors and more! Run & Festival restricted to ages 19+. Festival opens and starts serving at 11 a.m. Additional beer chips can be purchased online or on-site at the Festival.
Join us for a hauntingly good time at the 13th annual Trek or Treat 5KM Night Run & Creepy Mile. Weave your way through Oakville, Ontario’s haunted trails, where the only light ahead is from your headlamp and our haunting displays! Wear your costume and tackle our 5-kilometre trail run or family-friendly Creepy Mile. Finish the night off with pizza, hot chocolate and tons of candy at the indoor after-party. Medals for all 5KM finishers and ribbons for Creepy Mile kids. Bring a canned food donation and help us reach our goal of 1,500 pounds of food raised in support of the Oakville Fare Share Food Bank. Visit our website for full event details and answers to frequently asked questions. The 5KM run is our flagship event. Runners, joggers and walkers take to Oakville’s darkened trails wearing costumes and donning headlamps or holding flashlights to light their way. Pumpkin kilometre markers glow along the route, and participants get to take in Halloween displays and decorations along the way. All finishers receive a commemorative race medal for their efforts. Cross the finish line and come inside to enjoy free pizza, hot chocolate and more! The family-friendly Creepy Mile is designed with kids in mind and is scheduled so that 5KM runners can do the event with their families. The one-mile route is decorated with huge, glowing Halloween inflatables and features a mid-way candy station! All kids receive a ribbon at the end, along with pizza and hot chocolate inside. Come early and enjoy free face painting, balloon animals, free (professional) family photos, a magician and more!
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