3 ways to Register:
here to download and print the form) DO NOT MAIL REGISTRATIONS AFTER NOVEMBER 12TH
SignMeUp - ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Register in person during packet pickup on Wednesday, November
race day registration is available.
Pickup will be at the Kenosha Museum, 5500 1st Avenue, on
Wednesday, November 21nd, from 3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. and on
race day beginning at 7:30 a.m. and closing at 8:45 a.m., 15
minutes prior to the start of the race.
Course is concrete or asphalt city streets and bike
paths/walkways through marine and city parks. Mostly flat.
SPLITS at mile marks of both races. WATER STOPS 2 & 4 mile
and at finish. Caution: This is not a closed course. Be alert
for traffic. 10k course will not be marshaled after 80 minutes
No bicycles, roller skates, inline skates, or skateboards.
Fruit and juice will be available outside the Museum following
Cup Trophy to overall male and female winner in 10k race. Trophy
to overall male and female in 2 mile walk/run. Overall winners
are not eligible for age group awards. Male and Female 9
& under, 5-yr age groups to 79 and 1 for 80 & up. Medals
to top 3 in each male and female age group. Awards will be
presented in the Museum. WARNING: Switching races on the day of
the race will result in the participant being ineligible for an
award and may not give the participant accurate race results.
T-SHIRTS TO FIRST 2000 ENTRIES. Door prizes will be awarded by
random drawing while race results are being determined.
Held on the morning of Thanksgiving Day, the Mayor's Turkey Day Run has been
an important community event for many years. The race had its start way back in
1906 and was run irregularly up until the early 1950's. When the club was
founded in 1978, its first activity was to reinstitute the race on a regular
The race started in 1906 with a few poorly outfitted and trained participants
and has grown today to a large community event that has close to a thousand
runners. Early races tended to be five miles in length but since 1978, the race
has consisted of a two mile event and a 10K. The two mile race has generally
been about a third larger than the 10K. In their long history, our races have been held on beautiful sixty
degree days and during early winter snow storms.