Two Roads Brewing Company is hosting their 7th Annual Shore to The Pour 3 mile Beach race. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Audubon Connecticut at Stratford Point.
**Race will begin at 9:30 am on Saturday August 25th, registration + check in starting at 7:30 am
PARKING: Parking will be available at Short Beach in Stratford located at 1 Dorne Drive Stratford CT 06615! Parking fees will be waived when you show the attendant the Shore 2 the Pour parking pass. Parking passes will be emailed out to all registered runners the day before Shore 2 the Pour and handed out at Pre-Registration & Check-in on Friday August 23rd at Two Roads Brewing Company. Anyone registering day of the Race, without a Short Beach Pass, will need to pay the full parking price! *Only 1 Parking pass is needed per vehicle.
**Pre-Register & Pre-Check in on FRIDAY AUGUST 23rd at Two Roads Brewery from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm (grab your bib, parking pass + a beer!) The first 50 people to check in on Friday receive some special Two Roads swag! Anyone that checks in on Friday also gets $1.00 off their first pint in the Tasting Room that night!
Join us after the race for beer, music, food & activities at Short Beach! A 30 minute yoga & stretching class with be held on the beach, after the race, with Victoria Mellah of Yoga Mobile Studios- BRING YOUR OWN MAT!
Beach Run & Beach Walk Maps to come!
Audubon Connecticut supports programs that connect people to nature across the state. Through land stewardship, science, education and advocacy, Audubon Connecticut preserves habitat and protects bird species and other wildlife that are of state, national and global concern. Stratford Point, which is managed by Audubon Connecticut, is one of the best birding destinations in the state and provides 40 acres of habitat that is enjoyed by people, and wildlife. Visit us at- http://ct.audubon.org/
“With past support from Two Roads, Audubon Connecticut has planted hundreds of trees, shrubs, and perennials that benefit birds, butterflies, and other wildlife. Proceeds from this year’s Shore 2 Pour will go towards maintaining the grounds and gardens of Stratford Point and creating educational signage about this important Bird Area. We have made great progress in enhancing the habitats of Stratford Point via educational signage, we wish to share some of the history of this amazing place and its value to wildlife with visitors.” (Corrie Folsom-O’Keefe, Stratford Point Audubon Representative