Crab Fest Fun Run registration taken now

Sponsored by Peninsula College Athletics, proceeds will support student-athlete scholarships.

PORT ANGELES — Registration is being accepted for the Crab Fest 5K Fun Run, set for 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, at City Pier.

Registration is $30 before Oct. 1 and $35 thereafter. Runners can also register on the day of the race, beginning at 9:30 a.m.

Sponsored by Peninsula College Athletics, proceeds will support student-athlete scholarships.

Registrants will receive a gift bag with a T-shirt, a $5 coupon toward a crab dinner, a free run at the Crab Derby and a drink ticket good for one beer, wine or soft drink. Day-of T-shirts might be limited in size and style.

The 5K is open to all ages and running styles and will be an out-and-back along the waterfront trail, starting at City Pier in downtown Port Angeles.

Prizes will be awarded in four separate divisions: under 40/over 40 women and under 40/over 40 men. The winning runner in each category will receive two free crab dinners and season passes for the men’s/women’s Peninsula College basketball 2016-17 season.

To register, see crab-fest-5k-fun-run.

For more information, contact Alison Crumb at or 360-417-5697.

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