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Catch Me At Claddagh (CMAC) Irish Pub 9 AM Sundays to Run/Walk
Through the fall Charities Challenge "Catch Me At Claddagh" Training Times gathers Sunday mornings @ 9 AM at The Claddagh Irish Pub & Restaurant - Maple Grove. Note: Claddagh's doors open for dining at 9 AM http://www.claddaghirishpubs.com/maple-grove/ Optional marked certified distances for training include: mile, two miles, 5k and 4 miles run or race walk on our USATF certified course. Of course, you can run farther anytime, too. If you start earlier or later, come into the restaurant when you've finished training and find other CMAC runners and walkers already at tables.We'll record times and report them as part of our ongoing CC Training Times. No entry fee! I do recommend joining CC for an annual $25 membership thereby getting lots of added values; but, CC membership is not required. http://www.charitieschallenge.org/html/cc_membership.html After training we're welcome by our friends at the Claddagh to enjoy their special Irish fare and hospitality. Claddagh loves us CC runners and walkers. And, we love them in return for their wonderful hospitality. Brilliant! This will be a time to talk about our running and health/fitness goals, especially about joining our RxExercise Ambassador Team(s) including the one that will be training for the Galway Bay Marathon & Half Marathon & 5k in October 2019. CC RxEx Ambassadors will get leadership in both training and fundraising that will allow CC to send our Team Members travel-expenses-paid to Ireland next August. http://www.charitieschallenge.org/html/train_-n-_travel.html So imagine training with families/friends for faster mile to 5k times at "Catch Me At Claddagh" and perhaps with a goal to going together to Ireland and beyond. By the bye, I've taken charities team to Ireland running events, plus touring Ireland afterward, six times; I'm an outstanding travel planner and tour guide to anyone who wants my assistance…going the distance. Please RSVP with CC Coach [masked] or[masked] and tell your family/friends to e-mail their RSVP for “Catch Me At Claddagh” so I may look for every one of you Sunday mornings. What a good time, and a recorded time, we'll each and all have together. Learn to invite others by saying, "Catch Me At Claddagh".

Claddagh Irish Pub

7890 Main St N · Maple Grove

What we're about

Wintertime hours start later in the morning for Charities Challenge "Catch Me At Claddagh" Training Times than during the spring-to-summertime.

We're now meeting at 9 AM Saturdays, and 11 AM Sunday mornings inside The Claddagh Irish Pub & Restaurant - Maple Grove
http://www.claddaghirishpubs.com/maple-grove/

After training 'round Arbor Lake we'll gather back at the Claddagh for post-training convivial conversations over breakfast and beverages.

If you start your training run or walk earlier or later, come into the restaurant when you've finished training and find other CMAC runners and walkers already at tables.

Claddagh's doors now open at 9 AM on Saturdays and Sundays.

Optional certified marked distances for training include: a mile, two miles, 5k, and 4 mile; run or race walk on our USATF certified course. Of course, you can run farther anytime, too.

We'll record times and report them as part of our ongoing CC Training Times. No entry fee!

I do recommend joining CC for an annual $25 membership thereby getting lots of added values; but, CC membership is not required. http://charitieschallenge.org/html/cc_membership.html

We'll be growing Catch Me At Claddagh throughout the year. (Earlier 8 AM CC Training Times will come when the sun rises earlier and temp's rise every May; and change back to later morning Training Times October - April.)

Claddagh loves us CC runners and walkers. And, we love them in return for their wonderful hospitality. Brilliant!

This will be a time to talk about our running and health/fitness goals, especially about joining our RxExercise Ambassador Team(s) http://charitieschallenge.org/html/train_-n-_travel.html

So imagine training with families/friends for faster mile to 5k times at "Catch Me At Claddagh" and perhaps with a goal to going together to a Great RxExercise Ambassador Destination event. By the bye, I've taken charities team to running events across America and Europe; I'm an outstanding travel planner and tour guide to anyone who wants my assistance…going the distance.

Please RSVP and tell your family/friends to e-mail their RSVP for “Catch Me At Claddagh” so I may look for every one of you on Saturday and/or Sunday mornings. What a good time, and a recorded time, we'll each and all have together. Learn to invite others by saying, "Catch Me At Claddagh".

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