The next best thing to seeing everyone live and in person at Franklin Park is a virtual version of the
Run for Recovery & Tribute.
Registration is open and we are gearing up for a virtual 5K, Community Festival and Tribute.
Details will be posted here and on social media.
Register now, create a team for your organization, or for your family and friends.
Weekly runs have resumed in Brighton, Natick, Quincy, and Plymouth effective February 20th with public health restrictions/ guidelines in place.
We look forward to running with you again!
- Masks are required before, during, and after runs.
- Smaller Running Groups: We will break up into smaller running groups of 4-6 runners with route options as indicated. Please reach out to a run coordinator or leader for more details. (See below)
- Round-up/Gatherings: We will limit our round-up time to 10 minutes and ask that runners limit their gatherings before and after runs.
Boston Bulldogs Newsletter:
Check out the latest Winter 2021 issue of the Boston Bulldogs Newsletter
Now more than ever we are thankful for the support and encouragement of our community.
While doctors prepare to handle rise in opioid cases, access to recovery programs remains limited
While most support programs have moved online, some groups have found ways to meet in-person following social distancing requirements. The Boston Bulldogs Running Club helps those affected by addiction find emotional and physical well-being.
The group used Zoom check-ins, running apps and meditation sessions to stay connected through the spring. The group returned to socially-distanced runs in Quincy, Plymouth, Natick and at the Chestnut Hill Reservoir over the summer.
Click HERE to read more!
Access to virtual member meetings and activities!
(Membership fees are waived for those who cannot pay the annual fee).
Check out our Event Calendar for a full list of activities and runs.
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Boston Bulldogs in Runners World
Boston Bulldogs featured in Sparking Life video (below)