Mayor’s Turkey Day Run 10k and 2mile – 40th Annual
November 22 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
The Kenosha Mayor’s Turkey Day Run began in 1906 as a Thanksgiving Day morning tradition, although it was not always held annually and stopped in the early 1950s. When the Kenosha Running Club formed in 1978, the race came back to life, growing into a venerated event that draws nearly a thousand runners, through good weather and bad.
The course runs along the Kenosha lakefront on city streets, bike paths, and through parks. Mostly level, the course splits at the one-mile mark of both the 2-mile and 10k routes, with water stops at miles 2 and 4 for 10k runners. Runners must be alert to traffic, as this is not a closed course. Marshaling for the 10k course ends 80 minutes after the start.
NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION. Last chance to register is 3-8 pm, Wednesday, Nov. 21st at the Kenosha Museum.
See event website for more information.