The Color of Fun Hundreds Turn Out for 'Color Me Mud' Run

Hundreds of walkers, runners and obstacle jumpers of all ages descended on Kingsland Point Park in Tarrytown on June 17 for the Foundation for the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns' 4th Annual Horseman Color Run, which changed its name this year to the Color Me Mud Run. Guess what that meant?

You got it. A mud run was added to the event along with an obstacle course that was age appropriate. What is it about getting covered in mud and a rainbow of colors that is so attractive to kids of all ages?

And they're off!

Legs flying through the obstacle course.

It's fun to be covered in mud!

The course meandered along the Hudson River and around the picturesque Tarrytown Lighthouse.

The popular event included a half-mile Little Kids Race, a one-mile Bigger Kids Race, and a 5K race. The course meandered through the picturesque park, along the Hudson River and around the Tarrytown Lighthouse. The event raises funds each year for the Foundation for the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns, which provides mini-grants to educators in the District for special projects, equipment and other needs.

For more information about the Foundation for the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns, visit their website.

All photos by Joe Golden.

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