Thanksgiving 2017 Races and Turkey Trots near El Paso, TX
It’s Thanksgiving and you’re surrounded by family and friends. Most of them you know, but there are a few from out of town and it’s hard to keep track of which ones you have and haven’t met before. But the socially awkward parts of the festivities don’t bother you because you’ve only really got one thing on your mind: food. Not just any food, some of the best food you’ll eat all year; and it’s right there in the kitchen, slowly cooking until everything is absolutely perfect. We get it, everyone’s been there! What you may not enjoy, however, is the aftermath of the feast: that seemingly inevitable sense of “Wow, I definitely ate too much.” One of the best ways to burn those calories quicker than ever before is to participate in one of the Thanksgiving 2017 races and turkey trots near El Paso, TX. Keep on reading to learn more about these events!
When: Wednesday, November 23, 2017 – 7:15 AM
Where: Corner of Montana and St. Vrain, El Paso, TX
With your choice of either a 5K run or a 3K walk, the YMCA of El Paso hopes you’re able to join them for a great way to start Thanksgiving Day. Click the link above for everything you need to know!
When: Wednesday, November 23, 2017 – 7:30 AM
Where: Whole Foods, 100 Pitt St, El Paso, TX 79912
An even more relaxed option for the less athletic participants, the 8th Annual Iron Turkey has the typical 5K run as well as a single-mile walk alternative. Even just walking a mile will jumpstart your metabolism!
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