15th Annual SWIF Turkey Trot

2014 TT start

Please join STICK WITH IT FITNESS  as we host our
15th Annual
Before-You-Eat-A-Lot Turkey Trot
to benefit Autism Speaks.

This event is a 4.4 mile, “not overly competitive, not officially timed, but oh…what a terrific tradition” RUN/WALK.  We welcome strollers, dogs on leashes, and bikes too.

What a great way to kick off your long holiday weekend: spending the morning gathering with friends and family, working up an appetite, and getting some exercise while raising money for a wonderful cause!  (btw, there are light refreshments and festive drinks too 🙂

 Thursday, November 26, 2015
Race Starts at 9:00 AM
Check-in begins at 8:00 AM
Same Day Registration begins at 8:00 AM

  • Each Participant must register and agree to the Waiver.

  • Online Registration is now closed – but SAME DAY Registration is open starting at 8am on Race Day.

  • Cost for Same Day Registration $25.00

T-shirts: We’re sorry the t-shirt deadline (Nov 12) has passed.

Course Description:  The course is a mostly flat, paved 4.4 mile loop around North Park Lake.  Numerous orange barrels and directional arrows will mark the course throughout.


Parking:  Rose Barn Parking Lot; overflow parking at the Boat House Parking Lot


Group Photo:  Gather at 8:55AM for a group photo at the ROSE BARN


Race Start / Finish:  At the ROSE BARN


Please join SWIF for a complimentary light breakfast and beverages at the Rose Barn at the end of the race.

Click HERE to view photos from last year’s event.

Event Co-CoordinatorsAlbert Eiler and Sue Seiff

Proceeds Benefit Autism Speaks

Autism Speaks

About Autism Speaks: Since its founding in 2005, Autism Speaks has grown into the nation’s largest autism science and advocacy organization, dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism; increasing awareness of autism spectrum disorders; and advocating for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. For more information visit their website: Autism Speaks Contact Sue Seiff, Event Co-Coordinator with questions.