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Wake Up And Run This Weekend

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Get your racing shoes ready for the fourth annual Run Through History on Saturday, September 28 in Kalispell.

The 5k race for athletes of all ages begins at 10:15 a.m.

For the first time this year, there will also be a 10k race for avid runners, starting at 10:00 a.m.

Both races start at the Museum at Central School and end at the Hockaday Museum, where there will be an awards ceremony and free barbeque after the last runner crosses the finish line.

"It's a good time to be able to get some exercise and be able to see what all of the historic side of downtown Kalispell has to offer," said Pam Carbonari, the event's coordinator with the Kalispell Downtown Association.

More than a hundred runners have signed up already.

Registration the morning of the race will be twenty dollars.

Proceeds go toward the Kalispell Downtown Association and the Kalispell Business Improvement District.

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