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Waukesha County Fair Fun Run/Walk
The 5K race or 2-mile walk course takes participants around the perimeter of the fairgrounds including running in gravel, grass, dirt (possibly mud) and asphalt. Both the run and walk will finish on the south end of the grounds, near the Leinie Lodge, site of the annual Kiwanis Pancake breakfast at the Fair. Participants are encouraged to stay and enjoy the pancakes after the event for just $6. Awards will be given to top finishers of the run in each division.
If you register by July 1, the registration fee is just $20 for adults and $10 for children (17 & under). Registration includes one all day admission to the Fair for Saturday, July 21 and a complimentary race T-shirt. Registration after July 1 is $25 for adults and $15 for children and does not guarantee a
T-shirt. New this year is the option to register a team or a family for a discounted rate before July 1. Online registration closes at 11:59 pm on Thursday, July 19 but on-site individual registration is available the day of the race. To register and get additional pricing information go to http://www.zapevent.com and then search Fair Fun Run.
The main sponsor for The Fair Fun Run/Walk is 94.5 LAKE FM. If you or your business would like to become a Fair Fun Run/Walk sponsor as well, please contact the Fair Office at 262-544-5922 or send an email to email@example.com. For more information on the Fair Fun Run, please visit www.WaukeshaCountyFair.com.
The Waukesha County Fair Association is a non-profit volunteer organization that is completely separate and receives no funding from Waukesha County or the City of Waukesha. The 170th Waukesha County Fair, sponsored by Aurora Health Care, runs July 18 through July 22, on the Waukesha Expo Grounds. For more Fair information, visit www.WaukeshaCountyFair.com.
More About Waukesha County Expo
Located on 135 acres along Northview Road adjacent to the airport, Waukesha County Expo Center and fairgrounds is host to many events, indoor and outdoor, year-round, and has been for more than 100 years.
With the signature arena and its domed roof, the facility also claims several livestock barns, and a forum complex. Along with the annual Waukesha County Fair in July, the expo has also been the destination in fall for the "Feargrounds," which is a series of haunts for Halloween, and is also open for your group's next event.