Covered Bridges Half Marathon-A Community based road race. Runs the first Sunday in June. The Best 13.1 miles in New England. Experience some of Vermont's Covered Bridges and support local charities.

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John Langhans Green Miles Road Race-July 4

39th ANNUAL 
Road Race

When: July 4th Click Here to Register Now!
Great Prizes for the three top winners for both women and men!
Sponsored by: Spectrum Teen Center in Woodstock

Please join them for a 7.1 challenging run or walk through beautiful Woodstock, VT to celebrate the 4th of July!

All participants receive a free t-shirt and snacks!

They encourage you to bring a group of your friends and family to join in! The course can either be for a competitive run, a nice morning jog, a leisurely walk or a team charity walk all through beautiful Woodstock!

There will be a free kids race with medals! It is a fun time with lots of dancing to the live music on the Green!

Event details and schedule
Registration: Begins 7:30 am on the Green
Runners Start: 8:30 am / Walkers Start: 8:30 am
New this year is the Team Challenge (up to 5 members on a team) each team pay’s a $100 entrance fee – team members then get sponsors in order to raise money for a charity of their choice, to get more details or register for the Team Challenge please email Heather Rubenstein at hrubenstein@wcsu.net.

Kids Fun Run (10&U): 10:30 am – Medals for kids!

You can register the same day! Please come at 8am to register and it will be $35 on July 4th!

All proceeds from the race benefit the Spectrum Teen Center in Woodstock, VT!

CBHM Camping...Check Out Quechee State Park

Still need lodging? Check out the Vermont State Park at Quechee, right down the road from the Runner Parking/Buses

Vermont State Parks Quechee
Quechee State Park
5800 Woodstock Road
Hartford, VT 05047
Park Phone: 802-295-2990  http://www.vtstateparks.com/htm/quechee.htm

From Jct. I-89 and U.S. 4 (Exit 1): Go 3 mi. W on U.S. 4. N43° 38.209' W72° 24.032' Directions/Map

About the Park:
Welcome to Quechee State Park. Its location along US Route 4, and its proximity to many Upper-Valley attractions make the park a popular tourist destination. Hundreds of thousands of visitors stop each year to take in the breathtaking views of the Quechee Gorge. Other visitors seeking an overnight stay enjoy the easy access to the park’s spacious campsites.

The focal point of the park is Vermont’s deepest gorge, formed by glacial activity approximately 13,000 years ago. Visitors can look down at the Ottauquechee River, flowing 165 feet below viewing points along Route 4.

The land on which the park is located was originally owned by the A. G. Dewey Company, a major wool processor in the 19th century. Mr. Dewey settled in the Quechee area around 1869, establishing a woolen mill. The Dewey Company was a very successful processor of wool and employed as many as 500 people, many in the mill village.

Water from falls and the mill pond just above the gorge were used to power the facility. Dewey began making fine satinets in 1836, and shoddy (reworked used wool) in 1841. Numerous machinery and product inventions were created here, including Sheep’s Grey and Dewey’s Gray which was trademarked in 1875. Both types of wool were known for general excellence throughout the country and became the standard fabric for roller coverings in cotton mills.

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Laura Hagley Talks "Training and Road Racing" in Newport NH

 Hey Upper Valley Runners-Check Out
 "Training and Road Racing"

Thursday May 7 at 6 p.m. 
Newport Middle and High School (the Lou Thompson Room) 245 North Main St. Newport NH

Olympic women's marathon trials qualifier, Laura Hagley will speak about training for road races. The talk is free. call 603.543.6804 for more info.

Laura Hagley, DPT is the Manager of Rehabilitation Services at Valley Regional Hospital

About Laura Hagley, DPT, CSCS, HFS
Laura earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from MGH Institute of Health Professions. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA, and a Health Fitness Specialist through the ACSM. Laura was a competitive Division III cross country and track runner and she has since found a passion for marathons. Laura has been a member of the Upper Valley Running Club since she moved to the area in 2010. Laura's racing history includes the Boston Marathon in 2006, and she has placed in several races since then, including the Green Mountain Marathon (2nd place female 2009), MVP Health Care Rochester Marathon (2nd place female 2010), and Wallis Sands Half Marathon (1st place female 2012).