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Austin 10K’r invites you to join us for a unique variety of fun running routes that will compliment your Cap10K training. The Texas Wildflower Run is a traditional 3 to 5.5-mile route that travels on the Ann & Roy Butler Hike & Bike Trail along Lady Bird Lake. One of the best times of the year to plant wildflower seeds in Texas is late winter before the spring showers. At the event native Texas wildflower seed packets will be provided, and with your assistance we will help Mother Nature get a head start on covering the trail with vibrant spring colors. There a several green spaces along the trail that are sheltered from spring time grass mowing and we will attempt to seed these areas. Texas Wildflower seed packets provided and enjoy Ruta Maya Coffee and other Wholy Bagels when you finish. The Texas Wildflower Run will start and finish at the Austin American-Statesman’s East parking lot.

Event Description

Meeting Date: Saturday, February 23, 2019
Meeting Place: Austin American-Statesman (East lot)
Activity: Run, Walk, Skip or Stroll
Participation: Free
Parking: Free
Refreshments: Complimentary
Meeting Time: 8:00 a.m.
Running Time: 8:10 a.m. (Leave by)
Sunrise: 7:03 a.m.

Visit the event page for more details: http://bit.ly/TXWildflowerRun

Brief Description

The Austin 10K’r social training routes are Cap10K staff organized runs or walks, which are variable in distance, free, open to the public and designed to promote healthy lifestyle through exercise. All events begin and end at Austin American-Statesman’s West parking lot. Social run route distances vary between 3-6 miles and will be scheduled regularly throughout the year. Each meeting will incorporate a creative theme that highlights the culture of Austin and the Cap10K. Maps, bottled water, nutritional bars, high fives and selfies will be shared at each meeting. Training routes are self-guided and self-paced. Baby Joggers and leashed pets always welcome. Join us on Saturday and bring a friend.

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