Wear your best kilt and become a Highland Warrior for the 3rd annual Kilt Run/Walk. 5K course runs to and through Spring Hill Cemetery. Great for cross-country runners and school teams. Early Bird Special Until February 1 = $15.00
First place award to each age catergory in men and women for the 5k Run
For the walk the first male and first female to cross finish line will be awarded
Part of the proceeds from the Kilt Run/Walk support Spring Hill Cemetery Park-- a quiet place of repose for the deceased and a restful, scenic park for the living-----
Spring Hill Cemetery Park is listed on the National Historic Register and is one of our city’s greatest assets. A beautiful place for walking, bird watching, and arboretum touring, Spring Hill provides spectacular views of Charleston and a recreational area for running, biking, hiking or a peaceful respite from life’s hectic pace. Our city’s history can be told through the headstones found here.
The Friends of Spring Hill Cemetery Park & Arboretum is a non-profit organization which, in cooperation with the City of Charleston, seeks to promote, enhance and develop Spring Hill Cemetery Park, for the use and enjoyment of the public. Please consider joining Friends and/or making a tax deductible donation to this worthy cause. http://friendsofspringhillcemetery.org/
Saturday, March 3 at 9:00am to 10:30am
Corner of Smith and Morris Streets, Charleston, 25301