: Here it comes! It's January 18, 2015, and is your best chance to get away from winter and run in the beautiful Florida Keys. An ideal destination in the middle of those dark cold winter days; plan now on some sunshine in January and run Key West! .
Exciting New Event in Keene, New Hampshire—The Keene Sentinel Udder Madness 5K Race and 3K Walk
This competitive trail race and fitness walk will be staged at beautiful Stonewall Farm in Keene, a scenic working farm and non-profit educational center. The race is on Saturday, October 25, and is sponsored and administered by the Keene Sentinel, a highly respected daily newspaper and the fifth oldest newspaper in operation in the USA. Run this beautiful loop course on trails and dirt roads, explore this wonderful farm and enjoy an out-and-back portion on the Cheshire Rail Trail. Great Fun!
Also: The Keene Sentinel Udder Madness 5K Race and 3K Walk Website
The 28th Bobby Bell Road Race—Running Tradition in the Merrimack Valley
Founded in 1987, the Bobby Bell Five Miler provides a blend of old school road racing traditions with several innovations, including gender grading so all compete on an equal basis. It’s the only major road race in the Merrimack Valley that has gender graded scoring. You will be treated to a terrific post race party and buffet with adult beverages and music in a delightful atmosphere. It will run on Sunday, October 12, 2014, the day before Columbus Day in historic Haverhill, Massachusetts.
Also: Bobby Bell Road Race Website
Paddy's Road Race - The Shillelagh Shuffle 3-Miler in Newton, Massachusetts
This wonderful three-miler is simply an awesome Irish-themed road race and celebration at a marvelous, quintessential Irish pub. It’s the New England Runner Pub Series finale—great race for a great cause. Yes, Paddy's in West Newton is the place to be for the 13th edition of the Paddy's Road Race, named for this famous host Irish Pub on Elm Street. The post race with food, Irish music, beer garden, raffles and more will reward your running endeavor and warm your heart.
Also: Paddy's Road Race Event Website
The Jack Kerouac 5K, America's Beatnik Run and Pub Tour
Coming on September 28, this celebration of Lowell’s most famous native son will have a new, scenic course and an interesting and enjoyable post race visit—for those 21 and older—to some of the best pub establishments in downtown Lowell. Half of it is “On the Road” and half on the Merrimack River bike path. It begins at Kerouac Park on Bridge Street and ends at the Tsongas Center—an autumn run along the river in support of the Jack Kerouac Scholarship Fund.
Also: Jack Kerouac 5K Event Website