Saint Fennessy 4K Annouces New Course + Post-Race Venue
The Saint Fennessy 4K is coming soon and organizers have announced a change in the course as well as a new venue for all the post-race fun.
The Saint Fennessy 4K is scheduled for Saturday, March 14 at 10:00 a.m. in Hermantown. As in years past, the race begins at Hermantown High School and travels along Arrowhead Road. What's different this year is that the new course will turn north on Stebner Road and the finish line will be positioned just outside of Skyline Social & Games.
The post-race celebration at Skyline will feature a lot of family-friendly activities. There will also be a costume costume where prizes will be awarded to the participants with the most popular St. Patrick’s Day attire.
There will be shuttle service between Skyline Social & Games and Hermantown High School.
Registration is open now, but it is limited to 850 people. All participants will receive a complimentary beverage, winter hat and knit gloves. The event did sell out last year, so don't wait to register.
The Saint Fennessy 4K is the first race in the KP Challenge, which benefits the Young Athlete's Foundation. The other KP Challenge races are the Fitger's 5K and the Park Point 5-Miler/2-Mile Walk. All finishers of the KP Challenge are guaranteed an entry into the 2021 Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon.
Follow the link below for race details and to register.