April 2, 2014 - 1:00pm
Get some exercise, have fun with your friends and family and help support autism services in the community. What's not to like?
This year, FEAT’s 9th Annual Outrunning Autism 5K will take place on May 31 at the new location of Parklands of Floyd’s Fork-Beckley Creek Park in the East End of Louisville.
November 14, 2012 - 5:24pm
Have a very merry, and sweaty, Christmas with a 5k that benefits Louisville's homeless community- not to mention that there is an eggnog challenge and Christmas costume contest. Who could pass up this amount of Christmas spirit?
From dealing with unannounced visits from cantankerous extended family, to making sure that the gift-count between the kids is equitable, the days leading up to Christmas can be incredibly high-stress. And by the time the weekend before Christmas has arrived, the typical holiday distractions...
September 21, 2012 - 5:44pm
It has wisely been said that if you've met one child with autism...you've met one child with autism. Join in and experience this for yourself at the always fun and family-friendly FEAT Run and Fun Walk to benefit autism this Saturday, September 22 at 8:30 a.m.
This Saturday, September 22, 2012, is the 7th annual FEAT Outrunning Autism 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Fun Run at Westport Village.In addition to the run and walk, there will also be family-friendly activities (such as face painting and a Moon Bounce-the exacta of fun kid activities!), refreshments,...
May 2, 2012 - 12:00pm
We know better than ever how being active in our early years leads to a lifetime of good health. Girls on the Run Louisville seeks to promote this, as well as self-esteem and character building, among its participants. Its program culminates with a 5K Fun-Run, being held on May 12, and any and all community members are encouraged to volunteer their time and energy to this event.
Take a drive down any street in Louisville during daylight hours and it's clear that this is a running town. Locals from all backgrounds and with all experience levels are taking to the streets these days, thanks to the growing nation-wide running craze and Mayor Greg Fischer's own "...
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
Zombies chased 5k runners and confused other park participants in the 5k race to raise funds for Alley Theater.
It's said that Louisville loves zombies, and the great turnout for the first annual 5k zombie survival run was further evidence. Over 500 people turned out to run the race, while about an 8th of that turned up as zombies. All proceeds benefit The Alley Theater.