Bolton Regional Councillor Good to Know

C3 Caledon Running Festival

6th Annual C3 Caledon Running Festival
Sunday, September 29, 2013
12pm – 3pm

Online Registration:


12pm – 1pm – Registration
1pm – 5 KM & 10 KM start
2:15pm – Kids 1 mile start
2:45pm – Awards


Town of Caledon City Hall
6311 Old Church Road, Caledon East
The Town of Caledon is located 1km east of Airport Road on the south side of Old Church.
Look for parking signs in the area.


Benson Steel 5 KM
Royal Containers 10 KM
Kinetico Kids 1 Mile Fun Run


We want to get families and children out and active and enjoying the beautiful fall weather. To promote active living and help the local Caledon Community Food Bank.


Flat 1 mile and 5km courses on the Caledon Rail Trail. The 10 KM Run will be 50% on the flat rail trail and 50% on the rolling Centreville Creek Road. All races will start and finish at the Caledon soccer fields behind Caledon’s City Hall. This was a new location for 2010.

Kids Free:

Once again, C3 and Kinetico will allow all kids in the 1 mile run to race for free. In 2010, over 1100 kids helped organizers set a national record. We would like to set a new national record this year.
Each child gets a t-shirt, finisher’s medal, and post-race food; all absolutely free! No race in Canada is doing this kind of work.

You do have to register your son or daughter on-line (at no cost) so organizers know shirt sizes and quantity of food to provide.


Caledon Community Services (food and cash donations)

Costs – 5 KM & 10 KM:

$30 before Sept. 22
$35 Sept. 22 – 28
$40 at race site on race day

Costs – Kids 1 Mile:

Free – we encourage you to bring food for the food bank

Online Registration:

Help us and Volunteer:

Email Sara Naudts at

Questions or Problems:

Email Barrie at or call him at (647) 400-3845


5 KM & 10 KM – Top 3 overall & 10-year age categories
Kids 1 Mile – All finishers will get a medal

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Patti Foley

Having spent 25 years in Bolton, Patti remains an advocate for Caledon. As a former Regional Councillor and a long-time community volunteer she is passionate about communicating information about its issues, news, events, people, non-profits and businesses.

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