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posted: 8/19/2013 12:47 PM

MainStreet Libertyville's Twlight Shuffle set for Sept. 1

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  • 2012 Fit Family Award winners the Aguilar family at last year's MainStreet Libertyville Twilight Shuffle 5K.

      2012 Fit Family Award winners the Aguilar family at last year's MainStreet Libertyville Twilight Shuffle 5K.
    Courtesy of Studio West

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The sixth annual MainStreet Libertyville Twilight Shuffle 5K run is set for Sunday, Sept. 1, with the start/finish in downtown Libertyville.

Whether you are an elite, recreational or first-time racer, or a family interested in exercise, all are welcome. Each year, this race attracts more than 1,000 participants.

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The professionally chip-timed and challenging course winds through the east side of downtown Libertyville, where the streets are lined with neighborhood spectators.

Registration before Aug. 26 is $35 for adults and $25 for ages 9-17; after that date it's $45/$30. There is no walk-up registration the day of the event.

Participants must be at least 9 years old at the time of the race.

The entry fee includes a T-shirt, goody bags and a post-race party at Mickey Finn's, where runners and their families can enjoy dinner and rehydration. There are multiple age category awards for children and Fit and Fast Family.

For more information, visit or the Facebook page "Twilight Shuffle." Register online at through Aug. 28.

Register in person at the MainStreet office, 160 E. Cook, or call (847) 680-0336.

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