The KY History Half is the Commonwealth’s only half marathon that celebrates Kentucky’s history. On race day, you will truly “run through history,” passing fascinating historical sites and monuments including the imposing KY Military History Museum, the classically beautiful Old State Capitol and the simply beautiful Garrard-Crittendon house, to name just a few. You will even have the chance to run past the grave sites of Daniel and Rebecca Boone during the Mile of Remembrance portion of the race.
To top things off, this charitable event also offers a fun way to support the educational programming and services of the Kentucky Historical Society in its mission to educate and engage the public through Kentucky history in order to confront the challenges of the future.
Take advantage of the current low prices and click RunSignUp to register now. And don’t forget to sign up the kids for the children’s activities on race day– limited space is available for some activities, so don’t miss out.
If you’re in the Frankfort area, be sure to join us on our training runs, once again organized by Linda Word and her team at ForWord Running (click to see her Facebook page – you can also read about her here on our blog). This year’s training run dates are:
All will begin at the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History in downtown Frankfort. Be sure to follow the KY History Half on Facebook to stay up to date on information about training runs and the 2017 race.
Thanks again to all our participants, sponsors, partners, volunteers and staff who help make the KY History Half a success! We especially want to thank KECU for once again signing on as major sponsor of the event.
If you want to learn how your company or organization can become a sponsor, click here.