While the 2020 It’s A Wonderful Life Festival and It’s A Wonderful Run 5K cannot be held due to the pandemic, we hope these memories of the past decade of events will raise your spirits in anticipation of being together again in Seneca Falls during Christmas season 2021.
For the first time ever, heavy rain fell on the It’s A Wonderful Life Festival in Seneca Falls but did it dampen the Christmas Spirit? Check out the activities in Seneca Falls and watch thousands of runners pass over the bridge to start the 5K and watch them finish under heavy snow fall. Merry Christmas!
Jeff Rook, one of the founding organizers of the popular It’s A Wonderful Run 5K, is in-studio with Sydney Rogers and Jim Sinicropi to talk about next week’s big race as part of the It’s A Wonderful Life Festival in Seneca Falls.
Over 5,400 runners participated in the 10th Anniversary of the It’s A Wonderful Run 5K as part of the It’s A Wonderful Life Weekend in Seneca Falls, NY on Saturday. Meet some of the runners who took part in all ten events, check out the Christmas cheer, and see what all those people look like going over the Bridge Street bridge to start the race. Every time a bell rings, an angel gets their wings!
The annual It’s A Wonderful Life weekend festival and 5k race return to Seneca Falls this weekend. Join Jessica Lahr, Sydney Rogers, Josh Durso and Jim Sinicropi to talk all about it and give you some important details, take a look at the weather outlook, and share some other events going on in the region if you can’t make it to Seneca Falls. Also, favorite Christmas songs and the best versions and artists.
Over 5,000 runners & walkers entered this year’s It’s A Wonderful Run 5K and crossed the George Bailey Bridge on Saturday in Seneca Falls as part of the It’s A Wonderful Life Festival. The below video shows activities in downtown Seneca Falls in the afternoon and the popular 5K run/walk which begins at dusk when the actress who played Zu-Zu, Karolyn Grimes, says the famous words, “every time a bell rings, an angel gets their wings”. Drone footage by Zack Kelly. Get the official race results for all finishers and divisions here.
With just three weekends left until Christmas the holiday events are picking up across the region. There is no bigger event this December than the annual It’s A Wonderful Life Festival in Seneca Falls set for Friday-Sunday with the It’s A Wonderful Run 5K on Saturday. Jessica Lahr, Jim Sinicropi and Josh Durso have all the details including your weekend weather outlook, sports line-up and several of our favorite local photos from the past week.
The 9th Annual It’s A Wonderful Run 5K is set to start at dusk on Saturday in Seneca Falls as part of the annual It’s A Wonderful Life Festival. Race organizers Tina Rook and Kevin Korzeniewski will be in-studio with important information for participants and residents of Seneca Falls.
Over 4,000 runners and thousands more holiday revelers congregated in Seneca Falls, NY on Saturday for the It’s A Wonderful Life Weekend and the 8th Annual It’s A Wonderful Run 5K. Seneca Falls is believed to be the town that inspired Bedford Falls in the Frank Capra holiday classic movie “It’s a Wonderful Life”. This year marks the 70th Anniversary of the film’s release. Check out the video below capturing Saturday in Seneca Falls…
Join Jessica Lahr, Jim Sinicropi, Jessamy Uticone and Josh Durso as they wrap up everything happening in the Finger Lakes this week and get you set for the December weekend ahead with the local event lineup, sports schedule and weather forecast. Also, a 12-week-old puppy in the studio…
Jessica Lahr and the FingerLakes1.com staff preview the annual It’s A Wonderful Life Festival and Race Weekend in Seneca Falls along with a plethora of holiday events throughout the region. Also, this week’s top local news, sports, weather and our favorite Christmas songs.
Race organizer of the It’s A Wonderful Run 5K, Jeff Rook, is in-studio to talk about this Saturday’s big 5K race in Seneca Falls that is expected to bring over 4,000 runners to town. Also in-studio, Jeff”s father Bob Rook and Katie MacIntyre, race director for the Women’s Right to Run 19k race also held in Seneca Falls in May.