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4th Annual Witte Museum Boot Scoot & 5K Run

This family friendly run/walk begins and ends at the beautiful Witte Museum campus and features a 1K for the littlest runners. The Witte Museum Boot Scoot has a special Witte twist! Everyone is encouraged to change in to western boots after the run for a short boot scoot to music along the front drive of the Witte. This event benefits the Witte’s educational programs by underwriting admissions, program and exhibition fees and bus transportation for students.

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  • Witte Museum

    3801 Broadway, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 357-1900

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