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For decades, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival company and audience have come together in August for The Daedalus Project. This annual event raises money to end the spread of HIV/AIDS, and to remember and celebrate those who have died from this disease. The course is a simple loop around Lithia Park. You'll start at OSF, then head up Winburn Way towards the Resevoir, loop around onto Glenview, and descend back to the bricks. Entry Fee is $25.00 per runner until July 29th at which time price will increase to $28 until August 12th and then increase again to $30 until August 19th. The price includes a short-sleeve tee. Day of race registration will be available for $35 (tee shirt available while supplies last). All proceeds will benefit the Daedalus Project.
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Race starts on OSF bricks and runners travel down the Shakespeare stairs to Lithia Park, then circumnavigate the park running on Winburn Way around to Glenview, cut onto Vista and descend on Fork Street.
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