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Race Preview: 2019 Aunty Diva 5k Aloha Fun Run/Walk (Vancouver)

There’s a wonderful celebration of Hawaiian and Polynesian Culture at the 4 Days Of Aloha Festival in Vancouver at the end of July. Part of this celebratory weekend is the 2019 Aunty Diva 5k Aloha Fun Run/Walk on Sunday, July 28th at Esther Short Park. This festival and race help honor founder Aunty Deva Yamashiro, who loved bringing the “aloha spirit” to the children and the community and died from Cancer just last year. The contributions to the event will help support Aunty Deva’s vision.

This race will start in Downtown Vancouver and meander along the beautiful Columbia River. You can check out the course map here. It will begin at 8:00AM at the park and it’s only $30 to register an adult. All youths 12 and under are free. All participants will receive a 4 Days of Aloha Run shirt and a complimentary beer from Kona Brew or a cider from Portland Cider Company. There will also be some other goodies from the race sponsors and the first 150 finishers will receive a loaf of Dave’s Killer Bread.

Stick around after the race, as there will be cash prizes for Best Aloha Spirit (both individual and team!) as well as some post run refreshments. Stay for the 17th Annual 4 Days of Aloha Festival that will help you through a case of the Mondays.

Details:

What: 2019 Aunty Diva 5k Aloha Fun Run/Walk

When: Sunday, July 28th, 2019 at 8:00AM

Where: Esther Short Park, Vancouver, WA

Cost: $30 for adults, free of charge to youth 12 and under

Register: Here

Packet Pick-Up/Early Registration: July 26th & July 27th from 2:00PM-4:00PM at the Ke Kukui Foundation Info booth at Esther Short Park.  You can also register on the day of the race at 7:00AM at the Esther Short Park bandstand.

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About Nikki Mueller (434 Articles)
I'm the owner of Healthy Girl Fitness and I'm a personal trainer, certified AFAA group exercise instructor, and an RRCA certified running coach in SW Portland. I am also the mother of two young boys and am on the board at my youngest son's school. I led a relatively inactive life throughout my 20's until I discovered the world of fitness and running. I ran my first marathon in 2006 and haven't looked back since.

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