Sundial Virtual Turkey Trot 5K

DATE: October 6, 2020

Next month, Sundial is hosting our first-ever Turkey Trot 5K for Charity! This socially-distant fun run will benefit the Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida.

Whether you are running at home or running on the island, join in with your family and have some fun before your Thanksgiving feast. Participants are encouraged to dress up and walk, jog or run the 5K.


To register, complete the form HERE and you will be contacted for payment and waiver signature. Registration will be $35 prior to November 1, 2020 and $45 up to 9:00 am on November 26, 2020. Participants will receive a commemorative t-shirt* and medal.


Not a regular runner or long-walker? Do a few practice rounds leading up to the event to get body prepped for the big day.

Plan Your Own Route

Guests are encouraged to run on their own 5K course as there will not be a group start or group course in compliance with social distancing and city regulations. Whether running on the island or participating from home, you can use a tool like Plot a Route to pre-plan your unique course.

Plan Your Outfit

Dress up in something festive to celebrate your run! Send us your race day outfit photos and you could be featured in an upcoming blog or social post. Photos can be emailed to

sanibel island turkey trot 5k team photo at sundial


On Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 26, 2020, gather your team, do your morning stretches and get your run on! Record your time and submit it prior to 12:00 pm the day of the race, either at the Recreation Hut or by emailing

If you’re participating on the island you can pick up your t-shirt and medal from the Recreation Hut.*

If you’re participating virtually, your t-shirt and medal will be shipped to you after the race.*

Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida

About Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida

“We feed about 28,000 people each week through our partner agencies and our Fulfill Mobile Pantries program. Our clients include children, families, seniors and veterans.

They may have just lost a job or may be underemployed. They may be battling illness, struggling on a fixed income or dealing with a life-changing circumstance such as divorce or the death of a loved one. We are here to help.”

Photo provided by Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida

We hope you’ll join us next month for our virtual Turkey Trot 5K for Charity!

* T-shirts subject to availability on all registrations after November 1, 2020.


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