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|Road Closures In Anaheim For Sunday Morning, Jan. 20|
ANAHEIM, CA - (January 15, 2013) - Runners, joggers and walkers will take to the streets of Anaheim on Sunday morning, Jan. 20, as part of the Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend. The Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend, taking place Friday – Sunday, Jan. 18-20, is part of runDisney’s series of events in Anaheim. Please note the following temporary road closure schedule for Sunday morning only.* Commuters are encouraged to plan accordingly.
The Tinker Bell Half Marathon course will take participants on Anaheim city streets, past landmarks and entertainment stations, and through the Disneyland Resort on a course different from the Disneyland Half Marathon event, traditionally held over the Labor Day weekend. The Tinker Bell Weekend also includes the Neverland 5K, Kids Races, and Pasta in the Park party on Saturday. In addition, a health and fitness expo featuring merchandise products, apparel and guest speakers will take place at the Disneyland Hotel Friday and Saturday.
For more information please visit www.runDisney.com.
*Times are Pacific Standard Times and approximations. Information is subject to change without notice.
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