Central Ohio Thanksgiving Day runs/walks

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A solo runner is silhouetted against the sunrise on his early morning workout near Arlington National Cemetery, across the Potomac River from the Nation’s Capital, in Arlington, Va., Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016. (AP Photo/J. David Ake)

COLUMBUS (WCMH)– Here is a round up of all the runs, races, walks, and trots happening around Central Ohio Thanksgiving Day.

  • Columbus Turkey Trot – Five miler, two miler – Upper Arlington, Ohio

    • Starts at 9:00 am at the corner of Lane Avenue and Wellesley Lane
    • Every participant will get a Whole Foods pumpkin pie
  • Flying Feather Four Miler – Four miler, kids run – Dublin, Ohio

    • Starts at 9:00 am (kids run at 8:30) at Club at Corazon
    • Runners over the age of 21 will receive a bottle of wine at the end (those under 21 will get sparkling juice)
  • The Thanksgiving Wattle – 5k and children’s run -Grove City, Ohio

    • Starts at 9:00 am on Lamplighter Drive, near the AMC Theatre 14
    • The children’s run will let kids chase “agile Turkey Mascots”
  • Pete Lowder Bexley Memorial Turkey Trot – 5k and 2k -Bexley, Ohio

    • Starts at 9:00 am at St Alban’s Episcopal Church
    • All benefits go to the Mid-Ohio Foodbank
  • Uptown Pumpkin Dask – 5k – Marysville, Ohio

    • Starts at 9:00 am at 215 W. 5th Street, Marysville, Ohio
    • Top 1,200 finishers receive a 3-inch custom medal
  • Sixth Annual Turkey Trot – 5k – Mount Vernon, Ohio

    • Starts at 9:00 am at the MVNU Chapel
    • Bring food or monetary donations to join
  • Circleville Turkey Trot – 5k – Circleville, Ohio

    • Starts at 9:30 am at 129 W Mound Street, Circleville, Ohio
    • This event will host live turkeys for photos

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