March 31
Easter Bunny Trail Hop 5K

The Easter Bunny Trail Hop 5K offers a unique twist on a traditional trail run experience because the trail winds through Lake Conestee Nature Park on a mix of dirt, gravel, and pavement. Along the course, runners will find Easter eggs stuffed with goodies, and each runner may pick up one egg and match it to a prize at the finish line. There will also be a kids egg hunt after the race finishes for ages 8 and under to ensure that the entire family can participate.

Proceeds from the race support the Conestee Foundation. The Easter Bunny Trail Hop 5K is the second race in the seven-race Greenville Dirt Series. In order to be considered for the overall trail running championship for your age, you must participate in four races. Packet pickup will open at 7 a.m. on race morning, and there will be no advanced packet pick up. Online registration closes on March 29 at 2 p.m., but day-of registration is open. –Sara Pearce

When: March 31, 8:30 a.m.
Where: Lake Conestee Nature Park, 840 Mauldin Road
Price: $25 day-of

March 31 
Hoppy Easter!

Head out to this event at Thomas Creek Brewery to support the Greenville Humane Society. Enjoy some of Thomas Creek’s delicious beers while bringing a donation for the Greenville Humane Society. You will have the opportunity to win prizes from Thomas Creek, and there will be delicious barbecue and nachos from Neely’Q. Some of the items requested for the Greenville Humane Society include canned dog food, laundry detergent, cat and dog treats, paper towels, hand sanitizer, puppy-sized collars, Kraft American cheese slices, fleece blankets (twin sized or smaller), toilet paper, new or gently used dog and cat toys, and more. You can view a full list of urgent and general needs on the event’s Facebook page.

When: Saturday, March 31, noon-5 p.m
Where: Thomas Creek Brewery, 20 Piedmont Highway
Admission: Free

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