Lots of stuff to share this week…
Tonight is Run #3: Musica Out-and-back. Its an out-and-back route – so you can turn around at any point you like for what ever distance you like. If you run over to the other side of the walking bridge and back, that is about 4 miles. If you run to Demonbreun and 8th and back, that is about 5 miles. If you run all the way to the Musica statue and back, that is about 6.4 miles. Check out the map, learn the route (its super easy), and help us by volunteering to be a route leader. We meet at 11th & Holly at 6pm. Two important reminders: 1) wear reflective gear and 2) please stay out of the middle of the road. There are plenty of sidewalks just about the whole way tonight so you have no excuses.
NRC Pint Night
After the run come down to Nashville Running Company in 5 Points for some free beer and to celebrate all the great races that so many of us ran this past weekend – StumpJump 11 miler and 50K, the Chicago Marathon, and the Music City Half Marathon. Lots of you guys ran new PRs (including to Greg Kyle‘s incredible 2:49:31 at the Findlay Marathon in Ohio) – congrats!
The BE Hive Buffet for East Nasty at The Wild Cow
On Tuesday Oct 16th, The BE Hive is hosting a Vegetarian Buffet at the Wild Cow with a percentage of the proceeds benefiting East Nasty Running Club. The buffet is Oktoberfest themed and comprised of mostly organic and locally sourced produce from Delvin Farms. It comes with a drink and a dessert, and it’s going to be simply amazing and a great dinner for your run the next day! Join The BE Hive for a healthy meal that supports the runners of the east side! $12 – Buffet, $10 – togo, 4-9pm at The Wild Cow – 1896 Eastland Ave. More info on Facebook here.
Hands on Nashville ReCYCLE for Kids
Hands on Nashville is launching a new effort this fall called ReCYCLE for Kids. It’s a bike drive over the next two saturdays to collect used kids’ bikes. The goal is to collect 300 bikes that volunteers will refurbish over the next two months, and then gift them in December to deserving kids who may not otherwise have the opportunity to own their own bike. Bring your used kids bikes this Saturday Oct 13th to Hands On Nashville’s Office at The Trolley Barns at Rolling Mill Hill (37 Peabody St) from 10am to 4pm. Get more more info (including net weeks drop off locations and times) here.
Shelby Park Centennial Celebration this Saturday
Thanks to your generosity, East Nasty was able to donate $1000 to the Friends of Shelby Park organization to help maintain and preserve our beautiful park that we run in so very often, This Saturday is the Shelby Park Centennial Celebration that will be held in the park from 10am to 5pm with food, games, music and more. Come out and represent East Nasty as we celebrate our wonderful park! More info on Facebook here.
See you tonight! ENFL!