Register now for the Piedmont Turkey Trot

Runners, walkers — even the 4-legged kind — take to the streets for this annual Thanksgiving morning family-friendly fun run.

Whether you are running the scenic USATF certified 5k for a chance to unseat our current PHS alum and champ, Walter Teitelbaum, or you are out walking with friends, family — or dogs — this is the place to be on Thanksgiving morning. 

Learn more and register at

Our race has been a runaway success these past 22 years thanks to the support of our amazing volunteers and sponsors as well as the City of Piedmont. 

2023 Sponsors include: 
Dress Best for Less, The Piedmont Post, Piedmont Grocery, The Village Market, Lucky 13 Advisors, The Oakland Flower Market, Grand Lake Ace Hardware, Ken Betts Company, Gregory Young DDS, The Sexton Group, Dr Frank Helm-Orthodontist, Ocho Chocolate, MB Jessee Painting, Machaon Diagnostics, McCutcheon Construction, Corcoran Icon Properties, J Miller Flowers and Gifts, Yellow Door Cafe, and Transports

Interested in volunteering this year?
Please contact Sydney Proctor at sydneyproctor66@gmail or 510-333-4344

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  1. Bring your gently used books to the First Annual Book Drive during the Pre-Race Packet Pickup on Wed Nov 22nd 3-6pm at Veterans Hall.

    Criteria for Book Donations
    For the Ambassador Christopher Stevens Memorial Library at Piedmont High School:
    Books should be appropriate for high school students (13-18 years). New or gently used. Hardcovers must have dust jackets and have an original publication date no earlier than 2019 (with the exception of classics). See our Amazon Registry to gift books directly. Books may also be donated during school hours in the PHS Main Office at 800 Magnolia Ave., Piedmont.

    For All Other Books (Baby to Adult):
    Books should be clean, gently used, no marks, stains, etc. Recent publications are preferred. Books may also be donated during school hours at Piedmont Middle School Library, 740 Magnolia Ave., Piedmont. Books for middle school students will be offered on the free shelf. Graphic novels are especially in high demand. Books for younger children and adults can be deposited in the donation box for East Bay Agency for Children (EBAC) inside the library.

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