About the 2017 Lobster Loop 5K Run
Packet Pick-up in the KCC main parking lot on Friday, June 9th between 5:30pm - 7:30pm and Saturday starting at 7am5K runners parking Map.pdf
Saturday June 10th at 8:30 AM on the grounds of the Kensington Congregational Church
Enjoy the beautiful and hilly countryside and historic neighborhoods of Kensington by running Kensington Congregational Church‘s Second annual Lobster Loop 5K on Saturday, June 10, 2017. This race will start at 8:30AM. All runners are welcome from beginners to running enthusiasts, upcoming local talent, as well as top level local runners. Walkers and children are also welcomed.The Lobster Loop 5K is Kensington‘s only summertime road race and will start and finish at Kensington Congregational Church, 312 Percival Avenue, Kensington, Connecticut. Come and run the Lobster Loop 5K and then stay and enjoy the annual Festival on the Hill, featuring food, live entertainment and fun for the whole family. According to Mayor Mark Kaczynski, “A 5K will be a great addition to the food festival at Kensington Congregational Church.“ This 5K is co-sponsored by Powerhouse Gym of Berlin, and Malibu Fitness of Farmington. For many years, Powerhouse Gym and Malibu Fitness, have been serving the health and fitness needs of thousands of patrons throughout Central Connecticut. In continuing that tradition, this June they will co-sponsor the 5K “Lobster Loop“ with Kensington Congregational Church. Awards will be presented to the overall male and female winners, along with age category winners. Awards will also be presented to the first overall male and female winners from Berlin/Kensington. The Lobster Loop 5K is limited to the first 500 entrants who sign up before June 9th. Early registration (before May 1st) is $20, from May 1st to June9th, the registration fee is $25. There is no race day registration. T-shirts will be provided to the first 300 entrants and all registered runners will receive a one-month membership to Powerhouse gym or Malibu Fitness by calling (860)836-4614. All proceeds will be used to support Kensington Congregational Church‘s mission work.