How to Celebrate Global Running Day: Salem 4th of July Run

Global Running Day is an annual event that celebrates runners, their achievements and the sport of running. The day encourages people around the world to take part in group runs or go for a solo run on June 4 each year. It also provides a forum for members of the public to share their favourite running routes and tips on how to get started or take your running routine to the next level.

The event was founded by Foot Traffic in 2014 with the goal of bringing runners together across cultural, geographic and socio-economic borders. It has become a regional celebration in several countries including Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Spain and France.

Salem is celebrating its 300th birthday this year and residents are planning events throughout the year. The first major event will be a week-long celebration from June 16-24 that includes historical reenactments, a parade, live entertainment, and fireworks. A special exhibit, “Salem 300: A Three-Hundred Year Salute to Salem,” will also open at the Peabody Essex Museum in June and remain open through 2017. The museum is developing a new permanent collection that will be on display beginning June 1 that celebrates the city’s history and collections of art and architecture.

To celebrate the 300th anniversary of Salem, city officials are offering free passes to visit historic houses and museums. As part of the event, residents will also be able to bring their pets to some museum free of charge. Peabody Essex Museum is developing a new permanent collection that will be on display beginning June 1, 2016.

Tips on how to get started running or take your routine to the next level

Salem will be celebrating its 300th anniversary with a week-long celebration from June 16-24, which includes historical reenactments, a parade, live entertainment, and fireworks. The Peabody Essex Museum is developing a new permanent collection that will be on display beginning June 1.

Salem 300: A Three-Hundred Year Salute to Salem; tips on how to get started running or take your routine to the next level; Salem 4th of July Run

Salem is celebrating its 300th birthday this year. Residents are planning events to celebrate it.. The first major event will be a week-long celebration from June 16-24 that includes historical reenactments, a parade, live entertainment, and fireworks. The Peabody Essex Museum is developing a new permanent collection that will be on display beginning June 1.

Salem 300: A Three-Hundred Year Salute to Salem; tips on how to get started running or take your routine to the next level; Salem 4th of July Run

Salem is celebrating its 300th birthday this year and residents are planning events throughout the year. The first major event will be a weeklong celebration from June 16-24 that includes historical reenactments, a parade, live entertainment, and fireworks. The Peabody Essex Museum is developing a new permanent collection that will be on display beginning June 1.

Salem is celebrating its 300th birthday this year and residents are planning events throughout the year. The first major event will be a weeklong celebration from June 16-24 that includes historical reenactments, a parade, live entertainment, and fireworks.

The first major event will be a weeklong celebration from June 16-24 that includes historical reenactments, a parade, live entertainment, and fireworks. The Peabody Essex Museum is developing a new permanent collection that will be on display beginning June 1.

Tips on how to get started running or take your routine to the next level Salem 4th of July Run

Salem is celebrating its 300th birthday this year. Residents are planning events throughout the year. The first major event will be a weeklong celebration from June 16-24 that includes historical reenactments, a parade, live entertainment, and fireworks.

Salem is celebrating its 300th birthday this year. Residents are planning events throughout the year to celebrate it. The first major event will be a weeklong celebration from June 16-24 that includes historical reenactments, a parade, live entertainment, and fireworks..

The first Saturday of every month is now International Global Running Day. I’ve been running for several years, but this day will give me an excuse to run with other people around the world.

I read that Salem is celebrating its 300th birthday this year and residents are planning events throughout the year. The first major event will be a week-long celebration from June 16-24 that includes historical reenactments, a parade, live entertainment, and fireworks. A special exhibit,  “Salem 300: A Three-Hundred Year Salute to Salem,” will also open at the Peabody Essex Museum in June and remain open through 2017.

The museum is developing a new permanent collection that will be on display beginning June 1 that celebrates the city’s history and collections of art.

There is a festive picnic planned on June 24 that will include a food truck round-up and live music.

A Fourth of July run down Derby Street looks like it would be a good way to celebrate the holiday with the community here in Salem. There are several routes I can run including one around Witch Trial Brook, where 20 people were executed during the Salem Witch Trials.

At 11 a.m., I plan to sign up for the race at Running Ahead, and then stop by Running Etc. to pick up custom MADE IN USA socks from Running Bare Feet. Afterward, I will go to meet my friends who are participating in Salem’s 300th anniversary and we’ll walk