It’s opening night at our brand new amphitheater in Mills River! After years of planning, building and perfecting, our state-of-the-art amphitheater is ready. And what better way to celebrate than with a show by a truly legendary Southern rock band: Drive-By Truckers.
Since its inception in 1965, The Head Of The Charles Regatta® has attracted hundreds of thousands of rowers to the banks of the Charles River in Boston, MA. Come October, the tradition continues.
Learn more at http://hocr.org/the-regatta.
Our official “”run now, wine later”” race, Ragnar Relay Napa Valley is the destination Ragnar you don’t want to miss! This Fall Ragnar, set in the stunning Napa Valley region during Harvest Season will make testing your limits a team sport. You’ll start running from San Francisco and race across the Golden Gate Bridge, then experience the rolling hills and farmland of Petaluma before heading toward the Valley of the Moon. This race will guide runners south to Sonoma and along country roads to Napa Valley, where endless vineyards will surround runners.
Country Music, Honky Tonk Row and a course designed for the ultimate adventure await you and your team. Starting in Chattanooga you will hug the Tennessee River and head northwest. Your team will run, day and night, across the rolling hills of southern Tennessee while enjoying the stunning October foliage. After the hills, you will move on to the ‘stills, as you conquer the course with your team. The race (and your stamina) will wrap up, when you honky tonk your way to the Country Music Hall of Fame, in Nashville, Tennessee.
Teams of 8 or 4 will conquer a series of three loops while taking in the natural scenic beauty of the surrounding area. The runner friendly single-track winds through groves of Texas Live Oak, over classic Hill Country limestone shelves, around granite boulders, prickly pear cactus, and yucca plants on its way to the ridgelines that look back onto Ragnar Village and the rolling Hill Country. This is classic Hill Country and some of the best trail running you will find in the Lone Star State.
Learn more at www.ragnartrail.com.