Turkey Day 5k opens registration for popular Caldwell event

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Thanksgiving is right around the corner – but really, you couldn’t even tell unless you looked at a calendar. Every store in Treasure Valley greets you with tons of leftover Halloween candy on sale at the doorsteps and once you walk past you’re staring at the Christmas decorations!

Despite all the mixed messages, Thanksgiving is undeniably the next big holiday and with the day of the turkey and mashed potato feast just weeks away, it’s time to cover the necessities. Of course, stuffing, cranberries and other table treats are must-haves. But what do you do BEFORE the meal? You have to have some kind of activity to prepare for all the calories, right?

It’s back and it’s going to be a great time – so why not take part in the second annual Turkey Day 5k! ? In years past, this event has always been held in downtown Boise, but now there’s an option for Canyon County residents! It takes place at Indian Creek Plaza and this is the second year it has existed.

You can register online and if you do so before November 16, you can participate in the Turkey Day 5K fun before the price goes up!

Entry includes a memorable festive t-shirt and the BEST costumes will also be rewarded on race day – so come dressed up!

If you want to register at a reduced price for Caldwell’s Turkey Day 5k Race, we have a discount code for you. When registering, use the discount code:

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Your link to register is: https://turkeyday5kboise.com/caldwell/

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