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Race Into Reading Foundation Fun Run - Family Entry

Date: Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM
5/23/2017 4:00:00 PM5/23/2017 4:00:00 PMAmerica/Los_AngelesRace Into Reading Foundation Fun Run - Family Entry At Homewood Public Library1721 Oxmoor Road, Homewood, AL 35209Website: http://homewoodpubliclibrary.tix.com/Event.aspx?EventCode=952795FalseMM/DD/YYYY

Homewood Public Library
1721 Oxmoor Road
Homewood, AL 35209
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Phone: (205) 332-6616
Email: ltucker@bham.lib.al.us
Website: http://www.homewoodpubliclibrary.org/
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Ticket TypePriceQuantity
Family Ticket$20.00 
Description
Put on your running shoes and participate in a one-mile fun run benefiting the Homewood Library Foundation.

Thursday, May 26, starting at 6 p.m. in the Library Parking Lot
Get ready for summer with us! Put on your running shoes and participate in a one-mile fun run benefiting the Homewood Library Foundation. Enjoy the bouncy house and a fun Zumbatomic pre-race workout for all attendees. Purchase dinner from local food trucks and sign up for Summer Reading while you're here! Race into Reading Fun Run (ages birth - 5th grade and families) requires advance online registration. Entry fee is $10 for an individual, $20 for a family (limit of four). Fun Run is rain or shine. No refunds for event cancellation due to act of God. 

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