All Out Trinity is the Trinity Park Conservancy’s premier festival from 7: 30 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 28, on the site of the planned Harold Simmons Park, spanning nearly one mile of the Trinity River between the Ronald Kirk Pedestrian Bridge and the Margaret McDermott Bridge. It features runs, bike races and yoga on the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and a community marketplace, family zone and other activities throughout the day.
Highlights include the 16th annual Trinity River Levee Run (half marathon, 10K or 5K);The Dallas Gravel Ride (riders choose between one, two or three loops of 7.5 miles or a three-hour endurance challenge of gravel and dirt trails along Trinity River levees); and Yoga on the Bridge, an outdoor yoga class with unparalleled views of the city from the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge led by instructors from Black Swan Yoga.
A free festival takes place throughout the day on the pedestrian bridge and the Felix H. Lozada, Sr. gateway with a community marketplace of local artists, children’s activities, food, music, salsa lessons and more.
Prices vary for some of the sporting activities, but the community marketplace is free. To register or fine more information, visit AllOutTrinity.com.
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