Running season in the Northwest is upon us, and one of the first benefit 5Ks of the season is happening this weekend — just in time to get you prepped for Bloomsday, the Negative Split and all the other races to come this spring and summer. The inaugural Hunger Run is a collaborative fundraising effort supporting Second Harvest of Spokane and the Union Gospel Mission, both working to fight hunger in the Inland Northwest. The 5K route along the Centennial Trail in Spokane Valley is family friendly and open to all levels. If you haven’t registered online before the event, day-of registration starts at 7:45 am at the race site.
Sat, April 2, at 9 am • $30/person • Starts/ends at Mirabeau Meadows • 13500 Mirabeau Pkwy., Spokane Valley • thehungerrun.org
— Chey Scott