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Join the Fun at the 17th Annual Crooked Billet 5K Run and Health Walk
The entire family can enjoy a fun-filled fall morning, while supporting early American history education, on Saturday, October 20th as The Craven Hall Historical Society sponsors a one-mile fun run followed by the 17th annual Crooked Billet 5K Run/5K Health Walk.
Both events will take place in Warminster Community Park located on Veterans Lane off of Johnsville Blvd. in Warminster. Considered to be hallowed ground, the land was a part of the Revolutionary War Battle of Crooked Billet, which took place on May 1st, 1778.
The One-mile Fun Run begins at 9:00 a.m. and the 5K race starts at 9:30 a.m.
Exciting prizes will be awarded including trophies for best time, and all participants will receive a special Crooked Billet race tee shirt. Proceeds from this event support Craven Hall’s educational programs for the community.
Race fees for the one-mile Fun Run is $5.00. Fees for the 5K race or health walk is $15.00. Registration forms are available on line at www.active.com or by calling 215-675-4698. Same-day registration begins at 8:30 a.m. in the Pavilion.
Historic Craven Hall, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, is located at the corner of Street and Newtown Roads in Warminster, Pa. It is also the home of the John Fitch Steamboat Museum. For further information, please contact Craven Hall at 215-675-4698 or visit their website at www.craven-hall.org. And, be sure to “like” us on Facebook at Craven Hall Historical Society.
Warminster Community Park is located on Veterans Lane off of Johnsville Boulevard in Warminster, PA. Ample parking is available as well as an on-site playground for youngsters.
|Where||Warminster Community Park 300 Veterans Cir, Warminster, PA 18974|
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|Price||Race fees for the one-mile Fun Run is $5.00. Fees for the 5K race or health walk is $15.00|
More About Warminster Community Park
Constructed on the grounds of the former Naval Air Development Center, Warminster Community Park serves as the focal point for most of Warminster's outdoor programs. The expansive grounds feature a large playground facility, the Bark Park for dogs, basketball courts and the use of the former runway for skating and biking.