The annual Kent Cornucopia Days 5K run and walk is set for Saturday, July 15. Registration is open. COURTESY FILE PHOTO, City of Kent Parks

The annual Kent Cornucopia Days 5K run and walk is set for Saturday, July 15. Registration is open. COURTESY FILE PHOTO, City of Kent Parks

Time to sign up for Kent Cornucopia Days 5K walk, run

Registration underway for Saturday, July 15 event

It’s that time of year again to sign up for the annual Kent Cornucopia Days 5K run and walk.

The event will be at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 15. The race will start and finish at the Three Friends Fishing Hole Park, 20025 Russell Road. The course will head north around Briscoe Park and slightly into Tukwila prior to heading back the same way.

Race fees are $20, or $35 with a fun throwback shirt with a deadline of June 16 to order a shirt. Participants 60 and older can register for free courtesy of donations by Kent-based Long Painting, a commercial, industrial and marine painting contractor. Shirts will cost $15.

Online registration is available at:

Early packet pick up is from 4-7 p.m. Thursday, July 13 at Road Runner Sports at Kent Station.

Day-of-race registration starts at 7:30 a.m. and the fee is $25 (no shirts will be available).

Awards will be given to the top five finishers in each age group as well as overall winners.

Parking is only available at Columbia Distributing, 20301 59th Pl. S. Parking is free.

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