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The 44th Annual Mission Inn Run returns to downtown Riverside on October 23-24, 2021! Featuring both live and virtual events, this hybrid race brings back both the thrill of the classic run as well as all new virtual challenges. We will be implementing safety precautions in order to mitigate the threat of COVID-19.
The Mission Inn Run, a signature Riverside event and key fundraiser for the Mission Inn Foundation, has been a Southern California Tradition for over 40 years. This historic race has traditionally launched in downtown Riverside, winding through the parks, landmarks and historic neighborhoods of our town. Proceeds support the nonprofit Mission Inn Foundation and Museum.
The Mission Inn Run will follow and enforce all health and safety regulations mandated by state, county and local authorities as they relate to COVID-19.
The Mission Inn Foundation preserves, interprets, and promotes the cultural heritage of the Mission Inn, Riverside, and the surrounding southern California communities through its museum services, educational programs, and outreach activities.
The Mission Inn Foundation was incorporated in 1976 to assist in the preservation and restoration of the Mission Inn, and originally, to manage the hotel during ownership by the City of Riverside's Redevelopment Agency. The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa is now privately owned by Duane and Kelly Roberts, and the Foundation has a unique role of operating a non-profit museum within a for-profit hotel. The Mission Inn Museum, operated by the Mission Inn Foundation, was opened in 1993, simultaneous with the reopening of the Mission Inn after seven years of extensive renovations. In addition to the museum, the Mission Inn Foundation interprets the history and significance of the Mission Inn through daily hotel tours, monthly public programs and special events, the Hands On History educational initiative, and the continued stewardship of the hotel's expansive art, artifact, and archival collections.
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Additional race information can be found at http://www.missioninnmuseum.org.
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