Turkey Trot Los Angeles

November 19, 2015 — Leave a comment

Turkey Trot Los Angeles returns to Downtown Los Angeles on Thanksgiving morning, inviting runners ages two and up to participate in friendly competition and family fun for Turkey Day. 

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Featuring 5K and 10K courses that start and finish in front of the City Hall, thousands of runners will be dressed in costumes of turkeys, pilgrims, and pies will follow a scenic course through Bunker Hill and Spring Street passing by such sites as the new Broad Museum, Grand Park, Walt Disney Concert Hall, and MOCA.

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Families can bring little ones for the “Widdle Wobble” (ages 2-12), which is a fun run around Grand Park and features a fantastic kid zone. Participants can also enjoy memorable photo opportunities with the 20 ft. tall turkey in front of the City Hall finish line.  

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This event not only brings the fun before the feast, but also offers a chance to give back to those in need. Participants are encouraged to donate time or money to The Midnight Mission, the official non-profit partner of Turkey Trot Los Angeles. Funds raised will help to remove obstacles to self-sufficiency and provide the accountability and structure that people who are experiencing homelessness need to rejoin their communities.
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Turkey Trot Los Angeles is produced by Generic Events, an active lifestyle event marketing and production company, that brings communities together through fitness and fun.

WHAT: Turkey Trot Los Angeles
WHEN: November 26, 2015
WHERE: City Hall | 200 North Spring Street | Los Angeles, CA 90012

DETAILS: 

  • Tickets: $25 – $70

CONTACT INFO: (310) 821-7898

SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook | Twitter

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