Three Sisters Park is the site of some unique activities Saturday.



In the morning, residents can make their way through the Extreme Run; and in the afternoon, see the famous Budweiser Clydesdales.


Three Sisters Park is the site of some unique activities Saturday.

In the morning, residents can make their way through the Extreme Run; and in the afternoon, see the famous Budweiser Clydesdales.

The Extreme Run features three obstacle courses, depending on the fitness level of participants and their age.

The obstacles feature crawling through mud, climbing over walls, crawling, jumping and running through the woods.

The first is a 3-4 mile run with a rugged terrain and obstacles.

A 1-mile run features lots of mud and some obstacles, and the kids course is a 1/2 mile for children ages 8-13. They will run and wiggle through the mud.

Registration begins at 8 a.m. and concludes one hour before start times. Cost is $50 for adults and $25 for children.

For more information, a participation waiver and more, visit www.extreme-run.com.

Later in the day, the Clydesdales will be at the park from 4-6 p.m. as the last stop of the Folds of Honor Ride.

The non-profit Folds of Honor Foundation gives scholarships and other assistance to the families of soldiers killed or disabled.

More than one million dependents are adversely affected by multiple service members’ deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan as of the beginning of this year, according to the organization’s website.