The annual Wineglass Marathon Expo will be held in Corning, NY at the Corning Museum of Glass on Friday, September 29th (12 Noon - 7:00 PM) and Saturday, September 30th, 2017 (10:00 AM - 7:00 PM).
The most direct access to the Expo is to enter using the doors into the lower level of the Museum on the west side of the Museum. If you enter upstairs in the Admissions Lobby (east entrance and where shuttles from the North Visitor parking lot drop off), signs will direct you down the escalator to the Expo.
- Friday, September 29th from 12 Noon - 7:00 PM
- Saturday, September 30th from 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Bib Pick Up
Racers, pick up your bib and packet at the Expo on Friday or Saturday. There will be NO RACE DAY BIB PICK UP for the full and half marathons at the Start Lines. (See below.)
Someone may pick up your bib at the Expo on your behalf, but the person must show verification – either your confirmation number or a signed letter from you indicating your approval - along with their ID.
Be careful not to bend or fold your bib - the chip is in the back!
NEW FOR 2017: ALL RUNNERS MUST HAVE A BIB WHEN BOARDING A BUS TO THE START LINE! NO EXCEPTIONS! THERE IS NO RACE DAY BIB PICK-UP AT THE START LINES. For runners unable to pick up their bibs on Friday or Saturday, bib pick-up will be available on a limited basis at the Corning Information Center, 1 W. Market St., Corning, NY on Sunday, Oct. 1st from 5:00-6:00AM ONLY! Runners must present a copy of their ID to pick up their bib. Please allow time to get your bib and board your bus to the start line! Runners picking up bibs on Sunday morning MUST pick up their runner swag at the Corning Museum of Glass auditorium after they finish the race (Expo location). Please show your bib.
Dave McGillivray- Boston Marathon Race Director
Race director, philanthropist, motivational speaker, accomplished athlete. Dave McGillivray is a professional with a purpose. From his extraordinary run across the U.S. to benefit the Jimmy Fund and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in 1978 to serving as technical director then race director of the BAA Boston Marathon since the 1980s, McGillivray has helped organize more than 900 mass participatory events since founding DMSE, Inc. in 1981, while raising millions for worthy causes close to his heart.