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INSIDE: QUICK READS

EVENT

GUIDE

EVERY RUN

IS A FRESH

BEGINNING

QUICK READS:

6 EXPERT TIPS TO PREVENT

RUNNING INJURIES

RUNNERS, HERE’S HOW TO

FUEL UP AND STAY HYDRATED

SHOULD YOU WEAR A FACE MASK

WHEN RUNNING OUTDOORS?


2425 WEST 11TH ST.

CLEVELAND, OH 44113

216.623.9933

2021 HERMES

SPORTS & EVENTS

SPONSORS AND

RACES:

CLEVELAND CLINIC

SPORTS MEDICINE

JUST RUN TREMONT

THE BARRE CODE,

WESTLAKE

PARAGON HEALTH

AND FITNESS

FREEZIN SEASON

TRAIL RUNS

NOVACARE

REHABILITATION

HERMES CLEVELAND

10 MILER

DATEFIT

MOMS ROCK

NOOMA

CHILI BOWL CLASSIC

CLEVELAND

PERFORMANCE

CHIROPRACTIC

FULL MOON TRAIL SERIES

WEEVIEWS

PARROT HEAD RUN

BALANCE FOOT & ANKLE

WELLNESS CENTER

HOFBRAUHAUS

HALF MARATHON,

10K & 5K

RIVER RUN

HALF MARATHON

LOVE A NURSE RUN

40TH ANNUAL

CLEVELAND TURKEY TROT

PIGSKIN CLASSIC

21ST ANNUAL

REINDEER RUN

SANTAS IN TREMONT

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QUICK READS:

6 EXPERT TIPS TO PREVENT

RUNNING INJURIES

Take steps to stay on track and off

the sidelines

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QUICK READS:

RUNNERS, HERE’S HOW TO

FUEL UP AND STAY HYDRATED.

Use these diet tips to keep your running

regimen on track from start to finish

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QUICK READS:

SHOULD YOU WEAR A

FACE MASK WHEN RUNNING

OUTDOORS?

What to know about running in a face mask

during the coronavirus pandemic


We keep athletes

in the game.

Trust Northeast Ohio’s most experienced

sports medicine team and get a game plan

for your best health.

Visit ClevelandClinic.org/SportsMedicine


RUN

WITH

US

Want to get out and run?

Join us on Saturday, February 13th

and Just Run Tremont!

5K and

5 MILE

races start

9AM

LOCATION:

Hermes Sports & Events

2425 West 11th St.

RUN TIME SLOTS:

We will be sending off participants in groups

of 10 every 3 minutes beginning at 9AM.

Please choose a time slot when registering

(limit is 10 people per slot)

RESULTS:

You will have the option during the

registration process to sign up for results

messaging. You can have the option to sign

up with your phone number and have the

results sent as a text.

Top 5 male and female

(5K and 5 Mile) will receive a

$25 gift card to a Tremont restaurant

SATURDAY,

FEBRUARY 13th

2021

Select your start time

and run the historic

Tremont neighborhood

with your fellow runners.

We have a 5K and 5 Mile

race to choose from.

ALL RUNNERS RECEIVE A

COMMEMORATIVE T-SHIRT.

Like the shirt but aren’t ready to hit

the streets with everyone yet? You

can run virtually and submit your

time after the race. All shirts for

virtual runners will be mailed to you.

Visit Hermescleveland.com to Register


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6 expert tips to prevent

running injuries.

Take steps to stay on track and off the sidelines

If you’re a runner, you know that hitting

the pavement can take a heavy toll on

your body. From runner’s knee to shin

splints, an injury can sabotage your

training or worse – it can take you out

during the first leg of a competition for

which you’ve spent months training.

But you can help stack the odds in your

favor. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro,

here are six things you can do to help

minimize your chances of getting hurt.

1. Wear proper footwear

Before you even hit the pavement or

track, boost your confidence with the

right running shoes.

Your foot should fit snug in the heel,

with a little wiggle room around

your toes, says exercise physiologist

Christopher Travers, MS. To guarantee

the best fit, get a proper fitting at a

specialty running store and wear your

usual running socks when you go.

But it’s not enough to buy the right

shoes. You also need to maintain them

properly. “We recommend replacing

your shoes every 400 to 600 miles,

or about every six months if you run

regularly,” Travers says.

2. Flex your muscles

One of the best ways to prevent an

injury is to keep your body loose

and limber. To do this, add flexibility

exercises into your routine.

“The more flexible your body is, the more

range of motion you have and the less

injury-prone you become,” Travers says.

Yoga is a great way to improve your

flexibility. It can enhance your balance

and flexibility, and leave you feeling

calmer and more mentally focused.

3. Hit the gym

The stronger your muscles are, the

less likely they will break down.

Strength training can help you increase

muscle tone, strength, endurance and

bone density.

Lift when your schedule can

accommodate it. Ideally, you can work

with weights at the gym or at home one

day and run the next day.

4. Listen to your body

No one knows your body better than

you do. If you’re feeling sluggish or run

down, it’s best to skip training that day.

Or you may need to reduce the time or

distance you were originally planning

to run.

Rest is also critical. Take time off

from running each week to help avoid

injuries and fatigue that can occur

when you push too hard.

5. Build strength and endurance

gradually

Always take it slow when you’re starting

out. If you’re training for a 5K, you’re

not going to run that distance on your

first day of training. Start

with shorter runs and gradually increase

your distance over the course of several

weeks.

Another important tip: Never increase

distance and intensity during the

same week.

6. Talk to your doctor

Finally, before you start your training,

check in with your doctor. “He or she

may have some injury prevention

suggestions and can address any

possible limitations you might have,”

Travers says.

Implementing these tips can help make

you a stronger runner and empower you

to achieve your goals, no matter how

ambitious they are.

For more information about

Cleveland Clinic Sports Medicine visit

ClevelandClinic.org/SportsMedicine or

call 1.877.440.TEAM.

This article was originally published on Health Essentials from Cleveland

Clinic. Get fitness, health & wellness tips sent to you weekly by signing up at

health.clevelandclinic.org.


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Combine running and hiking, and a little cold weather…and you have the inaugural

FREEZIN SEASON TRAIL RUN! Join us Saturday, February 27th for a brisk 5-mile trail run at

South Mastick Park in the Rocky River Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks.

Receive a long sleeve race shirt and turn yourself into the ultimate all-terrain vehicle,

equipped to tackle anything the trail throws at you!

South Mastick Picnic Area is located off Valley Parkway in Rocky River Reservation,

south of Puritas Road/Mastick Road in Fairview Park.

STRAWBERRY PICNIC AREA 5K

SATURDAY, MARCH 6

Let’s go for a run at the heart of nature. The second FREEZIN SEASON TRAIL RUN takes you

on a 5K course that will work your legs, upper body and requires your concentration and attention.

Join us on March 6th for this inaugural trail run at Strawberry Picnic Area in the

North Chagrin Reservation, one of the largest and most diverse properties in the area!

Receive a commemorative winter hat and explore this beautiful region.

Strawberry Picnic Area is located off Buttermilk Falls Parkway in Willoughby Hills.

FOR DETAILS ON EACH RACE, VISIT HERMESCLEVELAND.COM


Tired of Running Through Pain?

Call Today for an Appointment, No Referral Needed!

Northern Ohio Scheduling:

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Run like a

GOD...

SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 2021

The 17TH ANNUAL

HERMES CLEVELAND 10 MILER

WILL BE HELD AT EDGEWATER PARK

There are 3 registration options – the 10-mile race, 4-mile race and virtual race.

RUNNERS WILL RECEIVE A GENDER CUT TECHNICAL RACE SHIRT,

FINISHER MEDAL AND PERSONAL CHIPPED TIMED RESULTS (IN-PERSON RACE ONLY)!

A MUST-RUN RACE IN CLEVELAND!

Scenic course along the shores of Edgewater Park and Lake Erie

If we are not able to hold the in-person event, all runners

will be moved to the Virtual Race.

This race will not be postponed to a future date.

Visit Hermesclevelandtenmiler.com for more information



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Runners, here’s how to fuel

up and stay hydrated.

Use these diet tips to keep your running regimen on

track from start to finish

When you take part in any fitness

activity, your body needs nutrients and

fluids that are not only required for

strength and endurance during

the activity, but also help you recover

from it.

This is especially true for runners. If

you don’t have the proper nutritional

and fluid balance headed into your

run, you could risk draining your body

of vital resources too quickly, or have

less energy to complete your program.

Sports Medicine Dietitian Kate Patton,

MEd, RD, CSSD, LD, offers advice on

adopting a diet plan that fuels and

hydrates you each time you step out

the door.

“Whether you’re a new or casual

jogger, a routine runner or training to

run a marathon, you need a diet that’s

high in carbohydrates, and moderate

in protein and fat,” she says. “And as

a rule, fluids are extremely important

beyond simply quenching your thirst.”

Keep your carb intake up and on track

About 50% to 70% of your diet should

be carbohydrates.

“Resist the urge to jump on the lowcarb

bandwagon because you need

them for energy if you’re a runner or

someone who does regular cardio

exercise,” Patton says. Carbs fuel the

body with glycogen. This fuel is then

stored in your muscles, which helps

them perform. Not having enough

carbs or cutting carbs out of your diet

completely will make you feel fatigued

and sluggish.

“If you run about one hour per day,

you should aim to eat about five to

seven grams of carbohydrates per

kilogram of your body weight, For

endurance runners who train one to

three hours per day, six to ten grams of

carbohydrate per kilogram body weight

is needed,” Patton recommends.

Here’s how to calculate how many

carbs you need:

• First, convert your weight from

pounds to kilograms by dividing your

weight by 2.2.

• Then, multiply that number by

recommended grams of carb 5-10.

• So if you weigh 150 pounds, that’s

150 ÷ 1.4 = 68 kilograms. And

then 68 kilograms x 7 = 476 grams

of carbs needed.

The best places to get carbohydrates

To ensure that you’ll have energy for

running, make a list and stock up on

these healthy sources of carbohydrates:

• Whole grains (whole wheat, rye, or

sprouted grain).

• Bread, pasta, barley, cereal,

crackers.

• Gluten free grains like rice, quinoa,

buckwheat, corn.

• Milk.

• Legumes.

• Yogurt.

• Starchy veggies like sweet potatoes,

peas, butternut squash, acorn

squash spaghetti.

• Fruits.

When you’re doing your prerun

shopping, read the labels for

carbohydrate content and make

sure you take portion size and your

how long you’ll be running into

consideration.

Pack in plenty of protein

Protein helps build and repair muscle

tissue. The right amount of protein

promotes muscle growth, especially

when you do strength training.

Here’s how to figure out how much

protein you should eat to sustain for a

one-to-two hour run:

• First, convert your weight from

pounds to kilograms by dividing your

weight by 2.2.

• Then multiply that by the average

amount of protein that moderate

routine runners should eat, which

is 1.2 to 1.4 grams of protein per

kilogram of body weight.

• So if you weigh 150 pounds, that’s

150 ÷ 2.2 = 68 kilograms. And

then 68 kilograms x 1.2 or 2.2 =

81 to 95 grams of protein needed.

“Protein intake at higher levels can

also help you gain more muscle mass

(and therefore strength) and can

reduce the loss of muscle as you lose

weight over time during your program,”

Patton says.

Good sources of protein

Healthy sources of protein are easy to

get quickly. To build and maintain your

muscle strength for running, stock up

on these high-protein foods:

• Meat (The healthiest are lean,

uncured meats.)

• Poultry.

• Fish (Tuna, salmon or trout are high

in healthy omega-3 fats).

• Eggs.

• Milk.

• Cottage cheese.

• Beans.

• Lentils.

• Quinoa.

• Plain Greek yogurt.

• Tofu.

• Nuts and seeds (also great source of

healthy unsaturated fat).

With the right combination of protein

and carbohydrates, your diet will be

optimized for strength and endurance

during your running routine.

Stay hydrated

When you exercise, your muscles


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generate heat. Your body needs to get

rid of that heat to maintain a normal

temperature – by sweating. Sweating

in turn reduces your body’s water

level, and this loss of fluid needs to

be replenished during and after your

activity. Patton emphasizes that you

need to drink plenty of liquids to avoid

dehydration and muscle cramping.

Your best options to add liquids to

your diet before, during and after

running are water and sports drinks

(sports drinks replace electrolytes

and potassium).

Before or after running, drink these:

• 100% fruit and vegetable juices.

• Milk or chocolate milk (typically

better tolerated after your run).

• Unsweetened tea.

• Smoothies made from real fruits.

Keep the liquids coming

“For the average hour-long run,

drinking water while you’re running

is a good guideline to stay hydrated,”

Patton says. “But exactly how much

you need depends on how much

weight you lose during your run, and

how long your actual run time is.”

Here are some guidelines on how to

stay hydrated before, during and after

your workout

• Before your run – Drink 16-20

ounces of water and or sports drink

within 4 hours before running. Drink

another 8-12 ounces of water 10-15

minutes before running.

• During your run – Plan on bringing

fluids during the run, too. If running

less than 60 minutes, you’ll need

an average of 3 to 8 ounces of fluid

every 15 to 20 minutes. If running

greater than 60 minutes, drink

3-8 ounces of sports drink every

additional 15-20 minutes to ensure

you don’t become dehydrated.

• After your run – Rehydrate after

your run with at least another 16 to

24 ounces of fluid (water, sports

drink, chocolate milk, smoothie) for

every pound lost to rebalance your

fluid levels.

“All of this takes practice out of the

gate,” Patton says. “But in time you’ll

have a strong sense of what your body

needs and will begin to see how much

more endurance you’ll have during your

running program.”

For more information about Cleveland

Clinic Sports Medicine visit

ClevelandClinic.org/SportsMedicine or

call 1.877.440.TEAM.

This article was originally published on Health Essentials from Cleveland

Clinic. Get fitness, health & wellness tips sent to you weekly by signing up at

health.clevelandclinic.org.


It’s Mother’s Day and

a time to celebrate and

support those special

women in your life!

MARKET SQUARE AT CROCKER PARK

239 Market Street • Westlake, OH 44135

SUNDAY, MAY 9, 2021

RUN FOR YOUR MOM,

BECAUSE YOU’RE A MOM,

WANT TO BE A MOM,

KNOW A MOM,

MISS A MOM,

LOVE A MOM!

5K - 9 : 0 0 A M

VISIT HERMESCLEVELAND.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION

PARTICIPANTS RECEIVE:

RACE T-SHIRT

FINISHER MEDAL

AWARDS

CHIP TIMED RESULTS

FREE PHOTOS AND MORE!

THERE WILL ALSO BE A

KIDS DASH (AGE 5 AND UNDER)

SO EVERYONE CAN ENJOY!

STOLLERS WELCOME!


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5K RACE @ 9AM

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RUNNERS RECEIVE:

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RUNNING

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Visit:

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WHILE CHALLENGING YOURSELF IN 4 RACES,

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IN THE BEAUTIFUL CLEVELAND METROPARKS

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Should you wear a

face mask when running

outdoors?

What to know about running in a face mask during the

coronavirus pandemic

Wearing a face mask isn’t a huge

hassle when grocery shopping or

heading out to the pharmacy, but

when you mix in running, the answer

about wearing one isn’t always black

or white.

Sports medicine specialist Caitlin

Lewis, MD, discusses when the face

mask rule applies to runners and when

it’s OK to skip it.

Do I need to wear a face mask when

I run outside?

Most of us have seen the pictures of

crowded parks and trails with hoards

of people bunched together. Some

people in the crowd are wearing face

coverings and others aren’t.

“Generally, when people ask if they

need to wear a face mask when

running outside, the answer to that

question is that it depends where

you’re at,” says Dr. Lewis.

Some states and cities have issued

their own specific requirements

regarding face masks, so you’ll first

need to check with your local health

officials. But it really boils down to

where you live and where you’re

planning on running.

As a general rule, wear a face mask

when you’re running in an area where

social distancing is hard to maintain.

If you’re going to be passing people or

weaving in and out of crowds or others

around you, you’ll want to wear a

mask, says Dr. Lewis.

But if you’re running alone in your

neighborhood where you occasionally

see another runner or dog walker, it’s

likely that you don’t need to wear a

face covering. Instead, be mindful

about crossing the street to avoid

getting too close or give the other

person at least six feet when passing.

The same rules apply during other

outdoor activities like hiking or biking.

(But keep in mind that wearing a

face mask is never a substitute for

social distancing.)

“Generally, when

people ask if they

need to wear a face

mask when running

outside, the answer

to that question

is that it depends

where you’re at,”

says Dr. Lewis.

Think about it this way: Wearing a

mask reduces the chance that your

own respiratory droplets will come in

contact with someone else. (Because

you could be carrying the virus and

not know it.) If others are running or

cycling past you in a crowded park,

wouldn’t you want them to try to

contain those droplets? The same

holds true if you’re up running on an

isolated mountain trail. If you’re not

around other people, there’s no

one around to protect by wearing a

mask, so it’s not really needed, says

Dr. Lewis.

How will a face mask affect my run?

If you’re in an area where an outdoor

run or bike ride warrants wearing a

face mask, there’s a few things to keep

in mind.

“A face mask is going to decrease

your airflow, making it a little harder

to breathe,” says Dr. Lewis. “It won’t

decrease your oxygen or retain carbon

dioxide. But it will probably impact

your performance or pace.”

This means that you might have a

harder time catching your breath if

you’re running in a face mask. You

might also feel more fatigued quicker

than you normally would, even if you’re

in pretty good shape. Because of this,

you might need to modify the intensity

of your run.

Monitor how you feel or if you’re

having any unusual symptoms. It’s

important to know your body.

Be on the lookout for:

• Chest pain.

• Dizziness or lightheadedness.

• Difficulty or labored breathing.

If you’re experiencing anything out

of the ordinary, find a safe place off

the trail or out of the way to distance

yourself from others and remove your

mask. Sit down or walk until you catch

your breath and feel better.

The good news is that, like all aspects

of fitness, the more you do it, the

longer and better you’ll be able to


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tolerate it. So your fitness level can

adapt to a face covering.

What to look for in a running

face mask

Running in a face mask presents you

with the unpleasant sensation of a

damp piece of fabric rubbing against

your face.

“A sweaty or wet mask is going to

be less effective at filtering,” says

Dr. Lewis. “It’ll also be less breathable

and more uncomfortable.”

Look for workout masks that are made

with a moisture-wicking fabric, but

be mindful that it’s not too thick or

restrictive. Most running specific face

coverings come as a traditional shaped

mask with strings or elastic that goes

around your head, a bandana or

neck gaiter.

The mask should fit snug around your

face and cover your nose and chin. A

properly fitted mask will reduce the

need for you to fuss around with it and

touch your face.

It’s also important to keep your running

mask clean. It’s a good idea to keep a

few masks in your rotation and use a

new one every run, says Dr. Lewis. If

you’re going out on a particularly long

run (or if you’re someone who sweats

a lot), bring two masks with you to

switch out half way through if you can.

And remember, when wearing a mask,

always wash your hands or use hand

sanitizer before removing it.

For more information about Cleveland

Clinic Sports Medicine visit

ClevelandClinic.org/SportsMedicine or

call 1.877.440.TEAM.

This article was originally published on Health Essentials from Cleveland

Clinic. Get fitness, health & wellness tips sent to you weekly by signing up at

health.clevelandclinic.org.


Scenic 5K Run

& 1 Mile Walk

Saturday, July 10, 2021 9:00am

Flats East Bank, Cleveland

Proceeds benefit

After Party hosted by

our premier sponsor

More info: www.hermescleveland.com or call 216-623-9933

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ONE OF THE MOST

FUN AND FESTIVE RACES

IN NORTHEAST OHIO!

Put on your Lederhosen and Dirndls,

grab your Bier Stein, and come run

and prost with us on

SUNDAY,

AUGUST 8, 2021

1550 CHESTER AVE.

RUNNERS RECEIVE:

Custom technical race shirt to all participants•Finisher medal

Age group awards•One beer (21 & over only) and a brat!

Live music•Fresh Hofbräu beer•Awesome After Party including:

Contests, prizes, dancing, photos and more!

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HALF MARATHON | 10K | 5K


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2021

22 ND ANNUAL

RUNNERS RECEIVE:

Custom River Run Apparel • Custom Finishers Medal

B-Tag Timing Results • Age Group Awards

FREE Photographs • Post Race Food/Refreshments

Visit RIVERRUNHALF.COM or call 216.623.9933 FOR MORE INFORMATION


All proceeds to benefit the Alice Flaherty Excellence in Nursing Scholarship Fund

S U N D AY

SEPTEMBER

26TH

2021

L O CAT I O N

Cleveland Metroparks

Edgewater Park

Lakefront Reservation

Cleveland Memorial Shoreway

Cleveland, OH 44113

DISTANCE:

5K Run/Walk – 8:30am

1 Mile Run/Walk – 8:30am

WHAT YOU GET:

• B-Tag Chip Timing

• Custom T-shirt

• Unique awards for

Age Group Winners

Start

Time:

• Post Race Food and

Refreshments

Packet Pick-Up and Race

Day Registration:

7:15am - 8:15am

• Nurse Recognition

for All Nurses

Present

• Door Prizes

5K Run/Walk and

1 Mile Walk:

8:30am

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The Cleveland Clinic Stanley Shalom Zielony Institute for

Nursing Excellence


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40 th

ANNNIVERSARY

THURSDAY

11.25.21

DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND

5 MILE • 5K

1 MILE FUN RUN

PILGRIMS AND TURKEYS RECEIVE:

LONG SLEEVE RACE T-SHIRT

CHIP TIMED RESULTS IN THE 5 MILE & 5K RACES

RACE GOODIE BAG • BAG CHECK

SPONSOR ACTIVITIES RACE MORNING

PHOTOGRAPHS • AGE GROUP AWARDS

COSTUME CONTEST • FINISHER MEDALS

POST-RACE REFRESHMENTS

CLEVELAND’S THANKSGIVING

MORNING TRADITION

FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!

Visit turkeytrotcleveland.com or call 216.623.9933


SATURDAY

NOVEMBER 27, 2021

THE GREATEST

RIVALRY IN COLLEGE SPORTS!

Visit hermescleveland.com for details


21 ST ANNUAL

SUNDAY,

DECEMBER 5, 2021

LAKEWOOD PARK

JOIN SANTA & DASHER

IN LITTLE & BIG RACES

FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!

5K RUNNERS RECEIVE:

•Long sleeve race T-shirts

•Finisher medal•B-tag timing results

•Post-race refreshments

•Age group awards

DASHER DASH KIDS RECEIVE:

• Finisher gift and Santa hat

•Jingle bells for your shoes

• Photos with Santa and Dasher and much more!

Visit HERMESCLEVELAND.com or call 216.623.9933


SATURDAY,

DECEMBER 11, 2021

Bar Crawl 1:30-3:45PM

1 Mile Santa Fun Run 4PM

Post Party 4-8PM

Visit hermescleveland.com for details and to register

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