Cheviot Hills Pumpkin Run

There’s no better way to celebrate the Fall season than with a Pumpkin Run and Harvest Festival! Pumpkins, apple bobbing, hay mazes and seasonal treats at the conclusion of the Run make this an unforgettable event that highlights the best of the season. Taking place in Cheviot Hills Park in West LA, The Pumpkin Run guides runners through the beautiful park that is decked out to celebrate the best of the season. Don’t miss your opportunity to participate in this one-of-a-kind event in Los Angeles!

WHEN AND WHERE IS THE EVENT?
The Pumpkin Run & Family Walk will take place on the morning of Saturday, October 24th, 2015. The course is 5K, or 3.1 miles long, contained within Cheviot Hills Park.

WHO ATTENDS?

Local families and residents who are looking to partake in activities of the season all while being health conscious flock to the Pumpkin Run. Parents, kids, friends, running enthusiasts- all are welcome!  Anyone can participate in this event- the course is easy for all to navigate, and every runner can set their own pace while enjoying the scenery.

 Pumpkin Run Family

HOW THE KINDNESS IS PAID FORWARD:

The LA Pumpkin Run will be donating proceeds to fund the South LA Harvest Festival, taking place November 7&8. In order to bring events to the underserved community of South LA, Ez Event Production will be using funding brought in by the LA Pumpkin Run to support the South LA Harvest Festival- paying it forward to propel the success of a fun, family oriented event in a community that does not have many events to attend on a yearly basis. The South LA Harvest Festival will feature the 2nd Annual Family Walk & Pancake Breakfast, to inspire all locals to become involved with their local parks and stay active within the community. By establishing a sense of community with both the Pumpkin Run and South LA Harvest Festival, we strive to inspire local residents and businesses of these communities to partake in these events to get to know their neighbors and establish a true sense of community, right in their own backyards.

For more information about the festival, please contact: 310-473-3070