Registration open for sixth annual Brick House 5K in Turners Falls

The Brick House Community Resource Center’s sixth annual 5K fundraiser will return to the Canalside Rail Trail in Turners Falls on Saturday.

The Brick House Community Resource Center’s sixth annual 5K fundraiser will return to the Canalside Rail Trail in Turners Falls on Saturday. FILE PHOTO

The Brick House Community Resource Center on Third Street in Turners Falls.

The Brick House Community Resource Center on Third Street in Turners Falls. STAFF FILE PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Staff Report

Published: 05-15-2024 10:45 AM

TURNERS FALLS — The Brick House Community Resource Center’s sixth annual 5K fundraiser will take place on Saturday, May 18, starting at 10 a.m. on the Canalside Rail Trail in Unity Park.

Everyone is invited to participate in this community-spirited event, which will award gift card prizes from local vendors through a lottery system. Participants ages 18 and under can register for free. There are also pay-what-you-can and donation options on the online registration page. Online registration is encouraged.

Advance registration is $20 and race-day registration will be $25. Walkers, rollers and skaters are welcome to sign up for a 1-mile, non-competitive course. Race-day registration will begin at 9 a.m. Learn more and register at brickhousecommunity.org/5k.

Proceeds will benefit The Brick House Community Resource Center’s programming, which supports individual, family and community well-being through collaboration on economic development, youth development, leadership development and education. The nonprofit has been supporting Turners Falls and the surrounding area since its inception in 1990.

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