Family-friendly walks and runs in Chicago this spring

Spring is on its way to Chicagoland, and what better way to greet it than on the run? So lace up the old joggers, grab the kids and head to these little-feet-friendly races.

Spring is on its way to Chicagoland, and what better way to greet it than on the run? So lace up the old joggers, grab the kids and head to these little-feet-friendly races.




Girls on the Run



Bunny Dash




After the finish line, activities in County Line Square includebreakfast, cookie decorating (cookies provided by Kirsten’s DanishBakery in Burr Ridge), a moon jump and professional jugglers, withall proceed benefetting the Ronald McDonald Children’sHospital.

Burr Ridge 5k Run/Walk and Kid’s Dash



Bring your ilttle Cubbie along a romp around Wrigleyville. This5K ends with a dash through the lower level of the stadium andrunners come out under the famous marquee. Even if your kids aren’tquite at 5K level, this is quickly becoming one of the season’shottest non-baseball events.



The 10K length is definitely adult-only, but running gets youadmission to the 1,700-acregrounds, including the arboretum’saward-winning Children’s Garden.



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