What's the Peace Trot?
The Peter De Mott Peace Trot is an annual 5k and 1-mile Run organized and hosted by the Ithaca Catholic Worker in honor of peace activist, runner and Ithaca community member, Peter De Mott. Peter worked tirelessly to bring about a more just and peaceful world and the Peace Trot is a fun and healthy way to celebrate his life and inspire others to work for peace. The Peace Trot is also a fundraiser for the Ithaca Catholic Worker community, which Peter was a part of.
Sunday, June 15th, 2014
Registration & Check-in: 8:30-9:45am
Race Start: 10am
Cornell Plantations Arboretum,
'64 Grove, Ithaca, NY
Trot, Walk, Run, Roll,
Stroller, or Crawl!
Great prizes! Tee-shirt with every entry.
Fundraiser to benefit the
Ithaca Catholic Worker Community.
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The Peter De Mott Peace Trot is a traditional off road race set at a Cornell campus treasure – the Arboretum. 5K runners begin by running the paths around the ponds and up a sharp hill to the roadway. (There is no race in Ithaca without hills, get used to it.) Read more.