Sep 292016
 
Runners cross the finish line during the Second Annual Bluedoo Run at Tulane in 2015. (photo by Ryan Rivet via news.tulane.edu)

Runners cross the finish line during the Second Annual Bluedoo Run at Tulane in 2015. (photo by Ryan Rivet via news.tulane.edu)

Tulane University will host the Third Annual Bluedoo Run on Saturday, a two-mile race raising money for the prostate cancer research fund at the Tulane Cancer Center.

The race is conducted by the New Orleans Track Club and will feature Christian LeBlanc and Sean Carrigan of “The Young and the Restless” as celebrity grand marshals. Registration is $30, and the race begins and ends behind Gibson Hall on the Tulane campus.

A celebration will follow the race.

“A $15 Party Pass allows access to the celebration of survivorship, including complimentary refreshments from 25 local restaurants/caterers; silent auction; Kids’ Tent; Survivors’ Tent; and entertainment by George Porter, Jr. and Brian Stoltz, The Pussyfooters, the NOLA Nyxettes, the Laissez Boys of New Orleans, and more,” according to an announcement by Tulane.

For more information, see the announcement from the university.

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