4th Annual Autumn ‘N Ales 10k Race

Sunday, October 17, 2021

Autumn and Ales 10k sponsored by MEND

Please join us for the Autumn and Ales 10k, presented by MEND Health & Wellness of Maine to benefit the Eastern Trail Alliance.

MEND Health is a sports chiropractic, family-run, family-friendly rehab clinic. Led by the husband and wife team of Drs. Tracey and Victor St. John, they are dedicated to non-surgical management of Sports and Musculoskeletal injuries.

Each participant, age 21 and older, will have access to a Beer Garden sponsored by Nonesuch River Brewing, following the race. ID and race bib required. Guests of race participants (21 and older with ID) may purchase a bracelet to access the Beer Garden for $10.

Participants will be able to avoid the crowds and pick up their race bib and T-shirt (if ordered before 10/1) ahead of the race on Saturday, October 16, between 10 am and 2 pm at MEND Health,  560 US Route 1, Scarborough.

Race day packet-pick up, check in and on-site registration will be at American Legion Post, Scarborough. Onsite registration and check-in is from 7:30 to 8:30 am on Sunday, Oct 17. Please plan to arrive for sign-in an hour before the race starts (9 am race start).

We encourage carpooling to alleviate parking congestion.

This is a tobacco-free, rain or shine event. Strollers and dogs are not allowed. Registration fees cannot be refunded or transferred to a future event.

The route begins and ends at the American Legion, 55-73 Manson Libby Road in Scarborough. The course is out and back on the scenic, Scarborough Marsh off road section of the Eastern Trail in Scarborough. There will be a water stop midway and at the end.

Awards ceremony will be held at American Legion immediately following the race.

Proceeds from this event benefit the Eastern Trail Alliance, an organization dedicated to building a 65-mile transportation and recreation greenway from Kittery to South Portland. With 22 miles currently off road, our goal is to raise awareness and funds to continue the vision of the Eastern Trail’s founder, the late John Andrews, filling in the gaps and adding more miles to the off road trail sections.