The Southlake Foundation is planning to unite the group by way of operating, enjoyable and all the colours that make Southlake so particular.
Subsequent week, the Southlake Basis will host “United We Run,” its first enjoyable coloration occasion the place households can collect to run, stroll and throw colours at one another. Southlake Basis President Kush Rao says the thought got here from the Hindu vacation Holi, in any other case generally known as the competition of colours.
“It is a vibrant competition the place individuals smear one another with colours celebrating the arrival of spring and finish of winter,” Kush says. “‘United We Run’ builds upon the essence of Holi and extends it to a stroll or run that’s open to all Southlake residents to come back collectively and present our unity.”
Together with the run, attendants can play with a number of coloration throw stations, take heed to stay music, eat from meals vans, get henna dyed onto their palms and way more. Tickets are $10, and proceeds will go in the direction of the Carroll Education Foundation.
“This previous 12 months has been very difficult in quite a few points,” Kush says. “Celebrations are instrumental in bringing individuals of various cultures collectively, and we consider it will convey a breath of recent air for everybody to place apart their variations and deal with the similarities and positivity.”
“United We Run” runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 24 at Bicentennial Park. To register, go to RunSignUp.com.