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The Earth Day 5k fun run will take place on Duke University’s West Campus on April 21st starting @ 1:00pm (rain or shine). All proceeds from the race will go to a Health Clinic Expansion project in San Luis Planes, Honduras.  More information about this project can be found on the project website.


Online registration is closed but you can still sign up!  Just show up between 12 and 1 pm and we can get you registered for the race (see map below).  The registration fee is $25 (cash or check) and every cent will go towards the health clinic project.

Children 10 and under do not have to pay as long as the are accompanied by an adult.

Sign in starts at noon and the race will start at 1:00pm.  The course will officially close at 2:00pm.  Following the race, participants are invited to gather in the courtyard of the LSRC for refreshments and a prize raffle.  All participants will receive a free commemorative cup after the race!



The 5-kilometer route starts at the Levine Science Research Center (LSRC) and meanders around Duke’s scenic West Campus. Runners will pass the Duke Gardens, Cameron Indoor Stadium, and the beautiful gothic architecture of the Main Quad. In April, the trees on campus are in full bloom and it is hard not to appreciate the natural beauty of spring in North Carolina as a celebration of Earth Day (View route HERE).

Duke campus pic


All participants will be automatically entered into the raffle upon sign-in and must be present during the drawing to claim their prize. Prizes to be raffled include three $50 gift certificates to Bull City Running, water bottles (Klean Kanteen, Camelbak) and Duke swag!



Participants can park in the on street parking along Lasalle Street and Circuit Drive and walk to the sign-in table in front of the LSRC (see map below).


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