A SPORTING GOOD TIME
Ample amounts of energy and high spirits
are sure to fuel the third annual Health Fair
and Glo Run/Walk as it charts a course
through Cathedral City’s downtown in
May. Palm Springs Unified School District
Foundation and the Cathedral City Rotary
sponsor this nighttime 5K fun run during
which participants get liberally sprayed with
neon paint as they race through the streets.
Little surprise that it attracts loads of school
age kids and their parents. Meanwhile, the
community’s enthusiasm for NCAA Division
I Women’s Softball action at Big League
Dreams sports park has resulted in that yearly
tournament expanding from a single weekend
to two in February 2017.
Coming or going, firmly planted or
breezing through, Cathedral City lingers on
people’s minds. It’s an easy place to call home
for a while — or forever. The community’s
amenities, low-crime rate, and busy social
calendar ensure there’s no shortage of fun
activities for all ages and interests year-round.
Thirty-five years and counting, Cathedral City
exhibits real staying power.