36th Annual Loonsday

The 36th annual Loonsday walk is coming on Saturday June 1, at 9am. It is open to all ages; the 5 mile course is designed for a family fun run adventure or an easy morning stroll.

The price to participate in Loonsday is $12. A T-shirt is included in the entry fee and available in all sizes; sweatshirts and dri-fit long sleeve shirts are $20 and available in adult sizes only ($2 extra for XXL). Make sure you enter by May 21st to be guaranteed your shirt. If you’re unable to pick up your shirt on June 1st by 1pm, make sure you claim it at 2 Loons Distillery the following Saturday between 11am and 2pm.

Loonsday is fun for the whole family, and you are welcome to walk or to run the 5.5 mile course. The course will be clearly marked, but to keep it safe for children of all ages, pets must be kept on a leash, and bikes and scooters are prohibited. o

All donations and sponsors are especially welcomed for this year’s Loonsday, as all proceeds will go to bettering the community.

For questions and additional information:

Entry forms can be found at: http://loons.org/LOONSDAY%20FORM%202019%20final.pdf

Make sure you come out to show support to the community!

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