Whole Foods & Friends of the Fells Present “Fall for the Fells” on November 6

Whole Foods Market and the Friends of the Fells have partnered to offer the Fall for the Fells 5K Trail Race and Festival on Sunday, November 6th at Medford High School (489 Winthrop Street, Medford).

The event will feature a 5K trail run through the woods of the Middlesex Fells Reservation, a kid’s fun run, family activities by Knucklebones, free samples, and food trucks. Festival activities are free and open to the public. Race registration is $25, or $30 for a parent/child (under 13) registration. Day of registration fee is $30 or $35 for parent/child. To register, visit www.fells.org/run-for-fun-and-for-the-fells/.

“Like Whole Foods Market, the Friends of the Fells is community-focused. That’s what this event is all about – bringing the community together to celebrate healthy, active lifestyles while enjoying family activities and great food.” – Matthew Robertson, Community Relations, Whole Foods Market

“The Friends of the Fells is delighted to partner with Whole Foods Market on this first-ever 5K trail race. We are excited to introduce a new generation to the beautiful fall woods behind the Medford High School as well as have a fantastic free festival that’s fun for all – with support from Medford Family Network and Knucklebones, among other great local vendors.” – Neil Anderson, Executive Director, Friends of the Middlesex Fells Reservation

The Fall for the Fells event runs from 12-4pm, with registration opening at 10am. Whole Foods Market Medford (2151 Mystic Valley Pkwy, Medford, MA 02155, 781-395-4998) will offer early bib pick-up for registered runners on Saturday, November 5th from 12-4pm. For more event information, email zone9events@wholefoods.com .


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