Dinner with Elite Kenyan Runners Competing in the Boston Marathon – April 19, 2014

You are invited to ‘Dinner with Champions’ on April 19, 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts. The event gives the attendees an opportunity to interact with elite Kenyan marathon runners who will be in town for Boston Marathon, which takes place April 21, 2014.

The event takes place at Back Bay Events Center located at 180 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA starting at 5pm.

Plenty of food, including Ugali, the staple carbs-rich food for Kenyan runner, Chapatis, samosas and other Kenyan delicacies will be served.

Plenty of family entertainment by a live band, performance artists and DJ Huski.

Group photo with elite Kenyan runners (only for those registered to run)

Among the attending dignitaries include;

  • Hassan Arero, the Cabinet Secretary for Sports, Culture and the Arts
  • Ambassador Jean Kamau – Kenyan ambassador to the USA
  • Lorna Kiplagat – Marathon legend and past Boston Marathon winner. Lorna will be honored at the event.

Tickets: Adults $39 | Children $19 (13 and under)
RSVP now at www.runwithkenyans.com

For questions and other inquiries please email events@runwithkenyans.com

The event is brought to you courtesy of RUN with Kenyans, Kenyan Embassy to the US and Mwakilishi.com.

Event Date: 
Wed, 04/02/2014 03:00AM -0400

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