Registration open for Kent Cornucopia Days Fun Run

Annual event is July 14

Registration has started for the 15th annual Kent Cornucopia Days Fun Run and Walk, at 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 14.

Kent Parks program coordinator Mark Hendrickson, said the race has become a summer tradition for many residents throughout Puget Sound.

“The course is U.S. Track and Field certified and is one of the few flat courses in the area,” Hendrickson said.

Kent officials will give out awards to the top five finishers in each age group. Participants age 60 and older run for free courtesy of Kent Bowl.

The race entree fee is $10 or $25 (with a technical T-shirt) before July 13. Register online at or pick up registration forms at the Kent Commons and many Puget Sound athletic stores.

To avoid the lines on race day; pick up shirts and bibs Wednesday, July 11 between 3 and 7 p.m. at Road Runner Sports at Kent Station.

The race starts at Three Friends Fishing Hole, 20025 Russell Road, near the Hydroplane Raceboat Museum. Ample parking is available at Iron Mountain Storage and Columbia Distributing.

Race day registration and packet pick up is also available near the start/finish line at 7:30 a.m. The is hosted by the Kent Parks, Recreation and Community Services.

For more information, visit or call 253-856-5050.

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