Register online now for the Edmonds 4th of July 5K Fun Run/Walk
Tuesday, 04 June 2013 20:56

EDMONDS, WA, MAY 28, 2013: What better way to start a day full of hot dogs, apple pie and ice cream than with a little exercise and the chance to run down the Edmonds Fourth of July Parade route? Presented by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, the 4th of July Fun Run/Walk is a 5k run, jog or walk through the heart of historic downtown Edmonds. Attracting over 400 runners, the fun run is the perfect kickoff to a full day of “An Edmonds Kind of 4th” excitement. While awards will be given to winners in overall men’s and women’s and age group categories, runners and walkers of all levels are encouraged to participate!

 

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7th Annual Edmonds 4th of July 5k Run/Walk

When/Where:

July 4th, Starts at Edmonds City Park and finishes on parade route

Time:

10 a.m. start, registration opens 8:30 a.m.

Cost:

$25 Registration fee includes a t-shirt

Online registration:

Available at www.active.com. Just search for Edmonds 4th of July 5K Fun Run/Walk. Or use Direct Link.

 

An Edmonds Kind of 4th Schedule for 2013

With over a 100-year tradition, “An Edmonds Kind of 4th” is a cornerstone of the community, engaging families and businesses and for most residents--kicking off a Northwest summer full of family and community centered activities.

 


5K Fun Run/Walk sponsored by Swedish/Edmonds and Sound Women's Care

10:00 AM

Children’s Parade sponsored by Windermere Real Estate - Edmonds

11:30 AM

Main Parade sponsored by Lynnwood Honda

12:00 PM

Edmonds Firefighters Waterball Competition
(City Park, 3rd Ave. S & Pine)

2:30 PM
SeaWolves Soccer – Edmonds-Woodway Stadium
(Edmonds-Woodway High School, 7600 212th St SW)
4:00 PM

Food Vendors & Evening Entertainment
(Civic Stadium, 6th & Bell)

7:30 PM

Fireworks (Civic Stadium, 6th & Bell)

10:00 PM

About the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce

Our mission is to promote the economic vitality of the greater Edmonds business community through advocacy, leadership and education. The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce was chartered in 1907 and is a voluntary organization serving over 460 business and professional leaders in several neighborhoods including the Downtown, Waterfront, Perrinville, Firdale, Westgate and Highway 99 districts. The organization also serves to encourage unified public support and initiate action for the sustainability of a rich quality of life in the community, country and state. To learn more about the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, as well as its events and programs, visit www.edmondswa.com.

 

Promoting the economic vitality of Edmonds through advocacy, leadership, education and community-building events.