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Run For Green – This Saturday

by | Sep 28, 2023

Runners on the Run for Green course in 2022

Join us for the 18th annual Run For Green held in Davidson! This popular race includes a 5K, 10k, and half-marathon and boasts a certified course that takes runners through the Town of Davidson and along miles of scenic greenways. Run For Green is DLC’s only annual fundraising event.
Parking for this year’s Race is available at Davidson Methodist Church & Chapel (233 or 304 South Main Street) and the Brickhouse (209 Delburg Street).  Parking is not available at the Davidson College Baker parking lot or in the CVS parking lot.
Lorimer Road will be blocked at 6:00 p.m., Friday September 29 until 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 30. Please do not park on South Street Between Main Street and Spring Street as of 6 p.m. on Friday evening, September 29.
Participants will line up at the Town Green with all races starting on South Street and all event runners should have completed the courses no later than noon. The Antiquity bridge at the end of South Street will be closed briefly in the morning for the start of the races at 7:00 a.m.
To learn more about Run for Green, including registration information, visit: Thank you.
Can’t make it to Davidson on September 30, you can also “run anywhere you want” and still support the Davidson Lands Conservancy in their efforts to protect, explore, and support natural environments as a virtual runner. And, as always, we love your photos of yourself and where you run!
After you finish your run, you will easily be able to upload your results through RunSignUp or you can still do it the old fashioned way and send them to [email protected]




Follow this link to see why DLC’s Run For Green should be your next Runcation The charming town of Davidson offers up a relaxing weekend coupled with reaching your running goals. There are wonderful local places to stay including the Davidson Village Inn and other bed and breakfasts. You can carb up for your run at one of the many amazing restaurants from Kindred to Carrburritos to dinner on the water at the  North Harbor Club, and many more.   After you finish your run, whether it is the 5K, 10K, or half marathon, you should bring your friends or family and take advantage of the wonderful shops and restaurants.  There are so many good places to see and restaurants to try that you’ll want to stay for the whole weekend!

For more information about Davidson Lands Conservancy click here.

You must register before September 15th to be guaranteed a t-shirt. 

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