Dallas Center for Architecture’s Form Follows Fitness 5K
Woodall Rodgers Freeway and North Olive Street , Dallas, TX
$20 - $40
Dallas Center for Architecture’s (DCFA) second annual run/walk encourages fitness and features some of the highest-quality architecture and public art that Dallas has to offer along its course. The 5K will take place on Saturday, February 23 and will begin at Klyde Warren Park, one of Dallas’ newest architecture icons, at 9:00 am. For those who prefer a shorter distance, there will also be a 1K available at 9:30 am. Registration will begin at 8:00 am and participants will have the option to partake in an organized, fun warm-up at 8:15 am.
Registration as an individual or team is available online at FormFollowsFitness.com. Adults ages 19 and over will pay a fee of $30 for early registration; $35 during race week or $40 on race day. Children ages 18 and under will pay a fee of $20 for early registration; $25 during race week or $30 on race day.
Those registering for a team of 10 or more will be eligible for exclusive team awards in the following categories: fastest team, largest team, top fundraising team and best dressed team. The awards ceremony will take place at 10:00 am when the race is complete.
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