Prospect Park in Brooklyn opened to the public in 1867. It is turning 150 years old this year. The Prospect Park Alliance is hosting many events starting Saturday April 1. On April 2, my running club, the Prospect Park Track Club, will host a run in cooperation with the Alliance. I designed a route that spells out "150". Faster runners will lead the group from the front while slowpokes like me will lead from the back. The run starts at 9 A.M. and will be slightly less than 3 miles.
PPTC runs normally start from Grand Army Plaza but this run is different and will meet at 10th Street and Seventh Avenue, which is the top of the "1" in "150". Actually, it will be slightly away from that corner, toward the park. Usually when runners spell words and numbers they make very blocky and straight characters. I go through great length to make sure the characters are curvy, that corners are rounded and not at ninety degrees. It is easy to mistakenly spell "ISO" instead of "150" so I want to avoid that. More details will be provided on how that's done.
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For more information about anniversary events hosted by the Prospect Park Alliance, visit