Cornucopia 5K 2015


Event Date

Sun, Oct 4, 2015


Storrs, CT


Activity Today Later

Running-5K - Non-UCONN Students

$20 $20 Closed


$15 $15 Closed

About This Activity

Runners, walkers, kids and pets are all encouraged to join us for a festive Cornucopia 5k around UConn's beautiful campus!  The UConn Student American Physical Therapy Association (SAPTA) is hosting the Cornucopia 5k on Sunday, October 4th in conjuction with Cornucopia Fest hosted by the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources. The run will take place at UConn's beautiful Storrs campus.   The start and finish will be located near the festival, and the course will take you past Gampel pavillion, the new basketball training facility and more! Runners, friends and family are also welcome to explore the free Cornucopia fest which features a guided hike of the UConn forest, hayrides, polo match, BBQ, UConn Dairy Bar ice cream, gardening tips and more! Details for this event can be found at .  

Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 male and top 3 female overall finishers. Winners will get to choose from a variety of prizes including but not limited to: UCONN Football Tickets, gift cards from local businesses, and UCONN Physical Therapy items. Race proceeds will benefit the UConn SAPTA organization which works to advance the profession of physical therapy, and this 5k will help provide further education funding, awareness, and career support for current and future members. 

There will also be a 50/50 raffle, pumpkin painting, and candy corn guessing game at the registration table.  We will be a part of the Cornucopia Scavenger Hunt! Sign up now to get your trail guide stamped on the day of the event.

Event details and schedule

Registration will begin at 11 am and the race will start at 12pm. Registration will occur at the UCONN SAPTA table at the corner of Rt. 195 and Horsebarn Hill Rd Ext (near UCONN Dairy Bar). Please park at designated Cornucopia Fest parking lots. UCONN students bring Student ID to regisration.

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