Fifth Annual CommUnity Rainbow Run and Family Festival happening this Saturday

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The Fifth Annual CommUnity Rainbow Run & Family Festival is a three-for-one: a way to get active, a celebration of Pride Month and a benefit for the victims of the Pulse shooting.

The  4.9K Rainbow Run kicks off from Wadeview Park on Saturday, June 5 at 7 a.m. The event also offers an Old Town Kissimmee Kids Fun run around Wadeview Park. If you do not feel comfortable taking part in public (or want to join in from any part of the world), a Virtual Run is being offered.

Proceeds from the run will benefit the National Pulse Memorial & Museum and OnePulse Foundation.




You can register online and purchase tickets for the Family Festival here.
You can also register for the run in-person on Thursday, June 3, and Friday, June 4, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Track Shack and on Saturday at 7 a.m. at Wadeview Park.

All participants that register for the run will receive an official run T-shirt, backpack, race bib and commemorative run medal.

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