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Meet outside of Fitness SF at Market and Noe Streets at 6:30 p.m. for a 3- to 5-mile run. There will be a variety of courses each month, including both flat and hill options.
John Brown is hosting movie night for October. He will be showing "Test," a dramatic film set in San Francisco in 1985 that depicts the effects of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on a dance company there. Beautifully filmed, "Test" evokes a bygone era in the city. Pizza and salad at 7; movie at 8. Donation of $5 suggested, plus bring something to drink/share with the group. RSVP to John at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1.
Available runs are the 1 mile walk around Stow Lake, the 3 mile/5 kilometers to the Carousel run, the 4 mile/6.5 kilometer Bison Trail run, and the 5 mile/8 kilometers to the Ocean.
Work the crowd at the Powerhouse! It's amazing what a tray full of Jell-O shots can do to get you some attention. And it all helps the club raise some extra bucks too.
Can the races get any more beautiful around here? Yes, they can. Check out this half-marathon in Tiburon, which takes you past some of the Bay Area's most iconic views, including Mt. Tam, Golden Gate Bridge, and Angel Island. There's also a 5K, and, oh yeah, a 30 percent discount (code: FITBIT) until August 31. More info here.
Just because you've started running the San Francisco Rock 'n' Roll Half doesn't mean you can't still enjoy its sister to the south. This race has a lot of spirit with local, live bands and cheer squads along the course. In addition to the half-marathon, a six-mile mini-marathon is also an option for you. And there's even a 5K on Saturday the 4th. Learn more here.
Every Sunday, SFFR has long runs that range from 7 to 13 miles. We set a "time" goal each week, between 70 and 100 minutes, so that people are free to run at their comfortable pace and target their "turn-around" time in such a way that we all get back at the same time and head out to brunch.
Volunteer to help crew the SFFR booth to recruit for our club. That nice prospective member you chat up could be a future club president or new running pal. Contact board member Ned Moran at email@example.com if you can help with a shift.