Turkey Day 5k Fun Race
Join us for the 7th Annual Turkey Day 5k presented by The Steadman Clinic and Philippon Research Institute! The run will take place in Frisco on Thursday, November 28, 2019! We encourage you to come out and burn a few calories before celebrating with food, family and fun! This event is open to all ages and will take place on the Summit County Recreation Path and Town of Frisco side streets. We invite all racers to make a non-perishable food donation at the event which will benefit the Family & Intercultural Resource Center of Summit County. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Frisco Elementary’ s S.T.E.M. program.
This event will sell out!!
This race will take place in a high-alpine environment and icy/snowy conditions may exist. The Race will take place on the Town of Frisco Recreation Path and Town of Frisco Side Streets. Race course will be plowed to the best of our ability! The event will take place snow or shine!
The race will start and, new this year, finish at the old Community Center (110 S. 3rd Ave) at 9:30am. Leashed dogs and strollers are welcome. Please keep in mind that pushing a stroller may be challenging at times with snow on the course. This is a fun run and the race will NOT be timed.
Early Registration (through October 31)- Adults- $25
Regular Registration (November 1-November 27 at noon)- $30
Day of Registration (November 27 & 28 at Packet Pickup)- $35
**Please note that youth ages 6-17 will receive a $10 discount on the race fees listed above, kids 5 and under are free. See information about day-of registration below.
Registration fee includes a commemorative Turkey Day 5k item for all paying participants. Pre-registration closes at noon on Wednesday, November 27, 2019.
Day-of registration will take place on Thursday, November 28 from 8:00am – 9:30am at the Old Community Center. Participants may also register in person from 5:00pm – 7:00pm on Wednesday, November 27.
Runners may pick up their bib/packet on Wednesday, November 27 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm at the Old Community Center (110 S. 3rd Ave).
Day-of bib/packet pick-up will be from 8:00am-9:30am on Thursday, November 28 at the Old Community Center. Runners will receive their race bib and commemorative Turkey Day 5k t-shirt at this time.
In order to pick up your bib and racer gift you must sign a waiver; if you are picking up a friends bib, you can find the waiver here. Please have them print and sign the waiver; no waiver = no bib/shirt.
Make a donation:
We encourage all racers to make a non-perishable food donation at the event. Donations will benefit the Family & Intercultural Resource Center of Summit County. For every 5 items donated, you will receive an additional raffle ticket to put into our Chinese Auction.
Course Map and Description:
Start at 3rd Ave/Granite intersection> 3rd Ave> Pitkin>Miner’s Creek>Stellar Jay Rd>Siskin Ln>Miner’s Creek Road>7th Ave> Summit County Recreation Path>2nd Ave>Pitkin>3rd Avenue (Finish Line is located between Teller and Granite Street). Click here to view the course map.
There is no designated parking area for this event; Frisco has parking available on Main Street as well as many side streets. Please carpool if possible and plan to arrive early to allow time to walk to the Old Community Center to pick up your bib/packet.
The post-race party will be a block party on 3rd Avenue, near the start line. We invite you to stick around for prize giveaways (must be present to win) and some delicious refreshments. Pick your prize for a chance to win an item in our Chinese Auction, giveaways will start at 11:00am and you must be present to win!! Prizes donated from Copper Mountain, Tavern West, Next Page Books & Nosh, Log Cabin Cafe, Ein Prosit, Stork & Bear, Shoe Inn Boutique, VIVE Float Studio, The Flying Crane Boutique, and many more!!
Summit County weather varies in November so we recommend dressing in layers for this run; don’t forget to pack a beanie, gloves, and Yaktrax if you have them!
We recommend any type of running or hiking shoe for this fun run! As mentioned above, portions of the course will not be plowed or shoveled and runners will pass through areas of packed snow. There are many options out there that provide additional traction for runners.
Bring your own cup or water bottle to help us cut down on single use cups during the event!
Not interested in running the 5k? We need volunteers to help on the course; register to be a volunteer by clicking here.