Running is one of the best activities for your body, but did you know it can be just as helpful for the community, too? The 18th Annual Race for the Arts sets out to do just that. This fun race hopes to raise funds and awareness for some of California’s nonprofit arts programs. Sprinkled with live entertainment, the course weaves its way through shady William Land Park for a breezy 5K run or walk, perfect for the seasoned runner, the arts lover, and everyone in between! To sweeten the deal, there will be over 40 interactive arts themed booths at the post-race festival.
William Land Park is the perfect spot to bring the whole family out for a run. This spacious park boasts great jogging paths, shady trees, and lakes that will make this run fun and beautiful. The 18th Annual Race for the Arts is a guaranteed day of fun for the whole family; not only will you be having fun, but you’ll help sustain our arts community.
Click here to find out more about how you can run, dance, paint, or sing at one of the most well-rounded philanthropic events in Sacramento.
Note: If you want to support the Race for the Arts’ mission, then attend its Off to the Races Food and Wine Tasting at the California State Railroad Museum. You’ll be able to sample wines, try local bites, and see some wonderful performances.
Other Wild Sports Happenings:
If you need to add more sports to your life, check out these fun events.
The Tavern on the Green
Hook and Ladder Manufacturing Co.
What goes better with golf than a nice cocktail? Stop by Hook and Ladder to find out at this Sacramento Cocktail Week event!
River Walk Park
Work up a sweat at River Walk Park; then, cool off with a tasty frozen treat after the run.
Republic FC vs Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2
If you need a little head-to-head competition, then look no further than Bonney Field where Republic FC will take on the Whitecaps.
Check back with Sports365 in September to see what activities I am most excited for…or plan ahead on your own by checking out Sacramento365’s Sports page!
***This blog was written by Sacramento365’s Content Specialist, Dylan Fisher.