This weekend feel free to feast on Salmon and Pierogies at the weekends charity road races.
Saturday get your day started with a run with the fishes. Celebrate the running of the Copper River Salmon with Pier W as they support the Malachi House. This race is particularly fun because it ends with a special box-type lunch and some grilled salmon. For race details and to get registered visit the Hermes site here.
If Salmon doesn’t make you want to tie up your laces, perhaps our more of a pierogi runner? Join the 2nd Annual Slavic Village Pierogi Dash 5k for your finish line feast of pierogis & smokies! Come in fun costumes because best in show will win the “Golden Pierogi” award. Super fun, make mine a cheese with grilled onions please. Sign up here!
Heck if you like both fish and carbs…RUN BOTH! Have fun, work hard, play harder Cleveland!
Saturday, June 19th, 2010
On your mark…get ready…go! Runners throughout greater Cleveland will be pleased to know that this weekend marks the annual Ohio City Run & Crawl, an evening 5K run through the streets of Cleveland’s historic Ohio City neighborhood followed by a pub and restaurant crawl featuring dozens of local establishments.
Hundreds of runners are expected this year to fill the Ohio City streets and take in the sights, sounds and suds of the neighborhood. PLUS, after you run 3.25 miles, you will have no problem downing those fries and sunnyside up pizza!
Place : Market Square Park (West 25th & Lorain Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44113)
Start Time : Registration – 5:30 PM : 5K – 7:00 PM
Distance : 5K Night Run/Walk
Registration Fee : $25
Wednesday, February 18th, 2009
NEHST Studios is hosting a special premiere screening of the film “Running the Sahara” (www.runningthesahara.com) in Cleveland (& Canton on March 13th). “Running the Sahara” is a documentary narrated and produced by Oscar winner Matt Damon, directed by Oscar winner James Moll, and featuring music by Grammy winner Wyclef Jean (I love the music on the website!). the film follows three ultra-marathoners on their 111-day, 4,300-mile attempt to run across Africa’s Sahara Desert.
“Running the Sahara” focuses on three runners: Charlie Engle from Charlotte, North Carolina, Kevin Lin from Taipei, Taiwan, and Ray Zahab from Ontario, Canada – accompanied by a support team consisting of an MD, a physical therapist, and a logistics leader – as they attempt to become the first people to ever run across the Sahara Desert. This character-driven film delves into the life-changing experiences of the three runners as they tackle the physical and emotional obstacles in the Sahara Desert. The film delivers a message of hope and puts everyday challenges in perspective.
7pm : Tower City Cinemas. $35 per person (includes admission to the film, a gift bag valued at over $50, a cocktail reception and Q&A with star of the film, ultra-marathoner Charlie Engle.) A portion of proceeds will benefit the Rodale Institute and Team In Training. For tickets visit www.nehst.com