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CANCELED Hanover Harvest Festival 5K

Add to Your Calendar: 08/01/2020 08:00 08/01/2020 09:00 America/Chicago CANCELED Hanover Harvest Festival 5K

Canceled due to the COVID-19 situation and restrictions.

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FYI. Totally optional, local road race!

Arrive plenty earlier to park, warm up, etc.

For race details and entry fees, see http://www.hanoverharvestfestival.com/events/5k-race.html.

Unless they change the Hanover 5K route, this course cannot be certified because there is too much of an elevation drop from start to finish line. This means that you can pretty much count on a fast time. ;)

Afterwards, you can hang out for the activities at Settlers Park and/or walk over to the parade.

Notes:

  • We do not recommend throwing a 5K into your schedule if you haven't been running much this summer.
  • We list two different racing opportunities in a row but do not necessarily recommend running them both, especially right before the cross country season begins.

 

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Hanover Fire Hall Northwest Nighthawks northwestnighthawks@gmail.com false MM/DD/YYYY aUinrLWZczwYavqgBmQP30959

Date – Time

August 1, 2020 – 8:00 AM

Location

Hanover Fire Hall
369 Labeauxe Ave NE
Hanover, MN 55341 US

Additional Information

Canceled due to the COVID-19 situation and restrictions.

*

FYI. Totally optional, local road race!

Arrive plenty earlier to park, warm up, etc.

For race details and entry fees, see http://www.hanoverharvestfestival.com/events/5k-race.html.

Unless they change the Hanover 5K route, this course cannot be certified because there is too much of an elevation drop from start to finish line. This means that you can pretty much count on a fast time. ;)

Afterwards, you can hang out for the activities at Settlers Park and/or walk over to the parade.

Notes:

  • We do not recommend throwing a 5K into your schedule if you haven't been running much this summer.
  • We list two different racing opportunities in a row but do not necessarily recommend running them both, especially right before the cross country season begins.