20th Annual Totten Trot 5K
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20th Annual Totten Trot 5K

20th Annual Totten Trot 5K Foot Race & Kids' Fun Run

Sunday, October 31, 2021 ~ Check in at 7:30am; start at 9:00am

It's the 20th year for one of Bayside Historical Society's most beloved events! Our annual Totten Trot 5K Run/Walk is a waterfront course in historic Fort Totten Park on Little Neck Bay in Bayside, a pristine stretch surrounding a preserved Civil War fortress. Runners will pass through the Historic District, which consists of buildings dating to the late 1800s. The Fort is situated where the Long Island Sound meets the East River at the Throgs Neck Bridge. The start and finish are located at the landmarked Officers' Club, home of Bayside Historical Society. The course includes a loop out onto Little Bay Path to the Throgs Neck Bridge and back to the Fort. Timing and scoring are provided by elitefeats on a USATF Certified Course.

 

The KIDS' FUN RUN at 10:00am is a short-distance sprint for tiny tots and kids up to 12, grouped by age category. Halloween costumes encouraged for adults and kids!

 

ENTRY FEES:

Early Bird: $25 through midnight August 14; $30 through midnight October 16; $35 through October 30; $40 on race day

EVENT SCHEDULE:

Registration: Begins 7:30am

5K Foot Race & Walk: Begins 9:00am

Kids' Fun Run: Begins 10:00am (sign up on Race Day)

HALLOWEEN TREAT (NO TRICK!): This year's Totten Trot 5K will feature a SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCE by the 501st Legion’s Empire City Garrison, a worldwide STAR WARS costuming organization!

501st Legion’s Empire City Garrison

Get complete information about entry fees, course, amenities, and awards and register online at events.elitefeats.com/tottentrot21

Bayside Historical Society thanks our sponsors:
Vegan Rob's
Bagel Shoppe
Bourbon Street Restaurant
Ridgewood Savings Bank
The Budabins of Bayside
Dime Community Bank
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
Aline & Henry Euler
Tapestry Real Estate
The Rotary Club of Flushing
Kamco Supply Corp.
Papazzio Restaurant

Bayside Historical Society extends a special thanks to the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) for making our event safe with their invaluable support on the course.

Amateur Radio Emergency Service