New Hope, PA (PressExposure) August 22, 2013 -- Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, of New Hope, Pa, will be holding their second annual Flower To Tower 5k Run/Walk on Sunday, October 13, 2013. The one-of-a-kind event benefits conversation and education programs at the preserve.
Running enthusiasts, joggers and casual walkers can all enjoy the picturesque trails and the challenge of climbing Bowman's Hill during the event. Afterwards participants and their supporters are invited to stay for post-race festivities including awards, music, refreshments and family fun. The race course (5k, 3.1 miles) winds through the scenic Bucks County preserve and continues up to Bowman's Tower. The 5k run is $25 per adult and begins at 9:00 am. The one mile fun walk is $20 per adult and begins at 8:30 am. Children under 14 may register for either event for $15. Registration on the day of the event runs from 7:30 am until 8:30 am and is $30 per adult and $15 for children under 14.
To register on Active.com, go to: http://beta.active.com/new-hope-pa/running/flower-to-tower-5k-run-walk-2013.
Sponsors for the 2013 Flower To Tower 5k include, Mountain Mint Sponsors: IQnection; Meadow Beauty Sponsors: McCaffrey's Markets; Sweetspire Sponsors: Applebee's/Corner Bakery Cafe©, J. Michael and Elaine Whitaker; Bee Balm Sponsors: 3-D Printing, Bob Shaw Signs, Dave and Jacqui Griffith, George and Claire Lankas- Sunny Slope Farm, Lodestar Advancement Strategies, Schumacher Landscape Construction; Calico Aster Sponsors: Esplin Fitzgerald Advertising, Kear Construction, Lulu's Rescue, Mercer Bucks Orthopedics, Moore Energy, Nature by the Yard, The Inn at Bowman's Hill and Wild Birds Unlimited.
To become a sponsor for this unique event please contact Nancy Apple, Event Coordinator at 215-862-2924. For more information on the event please visit, http://www.bhwp.org/special-events/Flower-to-Tower-5K-Run-Walk.htm.
Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve's mission is to inspire the appreciation and use of native plants by serving as a sanctuary and an educational resource for conservation and stewardship. Located in Bucks County, Pa, the preserve is home to nearly 1,000 of the 2,000 plant species that are native to Pennsylvania.