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What’s Hot: Santa Monica Gobble Wobble Returns This Saturday:

The 4th annual Santa Monica Gobble Wobble returns to the streets of Santa Monica this Saturday, Nov. 24.

This event is a fun, family-friendly morning featuring a costume contest, music, and pre- and post-race festivities.

It will be held from 6:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Emerson Reed Park, 1133 7th Street, Santa Monica.

It’s a great opportunity for families to come out and enjoy a 5k Turkey Trot in Santa Monica. The event also has the Widdle Wobble, just for kids!

This 1k dash is perfect for kids 10 and under.

The organizers have partnered with the Westside Food Bank and are encouraging all participants to bring a can of food to the race. Registration: $10-$40.

For more information, visit www.genericevents.com/gobble.

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