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Congratulations Pop Up 5K Runners!

The Pop up 5K in the Park was a brand new running series for iDaph Events this year — and the first series of events since the pandemic knocked everything upside down. We weren’t sure how it would go  — we had about 30 people at the first event, and we were happy with that number. But as word of mouth got out, it grew a little bigger and we ended up with over 550 participants by the end of the Summer Series, which we ended in September. We had 281 participants in the Fall Series in October.

Ages varied from 5 years old to 75 years old, and we had every range of athlete, from beginners, to cross country runners, families, veteran runners, fast runners, and people who just wanted to get out and walk and be part of the events. And we also had about 14 Virtual runners and a huge thank you to them - we really appreciate your support.

We say all that to say this: THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! From the bottom of our hears here at iDaph Events, our team is beyond grateful for your participation and support in order to move forward in the events industry.


Here’s a list of our top finishers

A huge thank you to our partners!

We owe a great deal of thanks to the town of Fletcher, and Bill Moore Community Park for allowing the event to take place at their location this year. Bill Moore Community Park is recognized as one of the best family parks in Western North Carolina, and it was the perfect location for these Pop Up 5ks.

huge thank you to our partners, Fleet Feet Asheville! And Erin with Mizuno - loved having her at our Pop Up 5Ks and we had lots of runners try on the new Mizuno running shoes.

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Pop up 5k Summer Series Registration is NOW OPEN

Pop up 5k Summer Series Registration is NOW OPEN

  POP UP IN THE PARK IS BACK AGAIN THIS SUMMER! ONLINE REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW! The Pop up 5k events are a fun, safe way to keep you motivated to run through the summer, to help you reach your fitness goals, raise money for Bill Moore Community Park, AND spend...