Join in on the 10th annual Ann Arbor Turkey Trot 5K event

. November 1, 2015.
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Chances are you’re going to stuff yourself silly this Thanksgiving. Well don’t worry about helping yourself to that extra serving of sweet potatoes; you can get a jump on burning off all those calories with the 10th annual Ann Arbor Turkey Trot. Back and bigger than ever, this 5K event starts at Liberty and Fifth and takes runners down Main St. to the University of Michigan Stadium and back, with a break for hot chocolate halfway through. Dress up as a pilgrim or turkey, or wear your ugliest Christmas sweater to fend off the cold weather. Best dressed runners will win prizes. Santa and Tom the Turkey will be making a special appearance at the Tot Trot event, for ages 3-10. This year’s event will be timed; unfortunately, no pets are allowed. Pre-registration is required; either online or at the Ann Arbor Running Store, 2275 Oak Valley Dr.7am/Packet pick-up, 8:15am/Tot Trot, 8:45am/5K.

Thursday, November 26
$15/Tot Trot | $25-$35/5K
300 E. Liberty and S. Fifth Ave.

248-921-2720 | theturkeytrot.com

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