Redmond Kiwanis partners with city for Beat the Bunny event

A portion of each race entry will benefit Redmond Kiwanis Club.

  • Friday, April 5, 2019 2:46pm
  • Life

Redmond Kiwanis is partnering with the city of Redmond for its annual “Beat the Bunny” run.

The family friendly run is set for April 13.

Whether they plan to run, walk, stroll or hop, if participants beat the bunny, they will win a prize. The race also includes a free kids’ dash at 9:30 a.m. A portion of each race entry will benefit Redmond Kiwanis Club.

The 5K race and walk will be start and finish at the Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village, 6505 176th Ave. NE in Redmond. The race and walk will start at 10 a.m.

Kiwanis volunteers are asked to check-in at the Redmond Kiwanis booth by 8:30 a.m. Parking is available in the parking lot at the community center and in nearby parking lots in Marymoor Park.

In addition to the run, there will be a summer showcase from 9 a.m. to noon featuring information on hundreds of summer camps, interactive demonstrations for kids, face painting, games and activities and onsite camp registration.

For more information, contact Beth Sigall, Redmond Kiwanis communications chair at 425-647-0793 or communicate@redmondkiwaniswa.org.

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