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Grandma’s Marathon

This past weekend was Grandma’s weekend in Duluth.
This is a time when the local economy gets stimulated and a lot of people spend time outdoors or out eating and celebrating.
Every year a marathon brings in visitors from far and wide. There are 3 races: a 5K, a half marathon, and a full marathon. So whether you want to run 26.2 miles, 13.1 miles, or just 3.1 miles there is an option available for you!
There are a plethora of celebrations, pasta buffets, and entertainment events that happen pre- and post-race. Many people stay just one or two nights, but others make it a 4 day weekend so they can enjoy the sights in Duluth. The college hosts runners and spectators as guests during the marathon weekend, so it’s an interesting time to meet people at work for me.

I hope to be able to spectate and enjoy the festivities around the race next year, as I have always worked during the marathon weekend.

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