Kirsten Wurmann. “Take a Walk! Innovative Programming from Winnipeg Public Library.” Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research 11.1 (2016):

Caitlyn Boland. 2016. PA Forward: Butler Area Public Library Supports Health Literacy by Hosting a 5K. Compendium: News for Pennsylvania Libraries

Flaherty, M. G. and D. Miller. 2016. Rural public libraries as community change agents: Opportunities for health promotion. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 57, no. 2: 143-150. Flaherty-2015-JELIS.pdf

Amy J. Alessio, Katie LaMantia, and Emily Vinci. 2015. A Year of Programming for Millennials and more. American Library Association. Chapters on Fit Fair and 5K Club. Programs-Millennials.pdf

Jenn Carson. Library Walking and Running Clubs. Programming Librarian
And post on “Run with It: Taking Your Programs to the Streets (or Trails)” Programming Librarian

Mary Jean Voigt. 2016. Wise Walk. Programming Librarian

Richmond, A. 2012. Running and reading at Rye Public Library. Granite State Libraries 48, no. 3: 12. (flip to page 12).
See also Sea Coast Online. 2012. Rye Public Library running group is one for the books.

Cynthia O’Neil. 2015. Roaming Readers Walking Club. Programming Librarian

Book It Through Pittston Literacy 5K Run/Fun Walk (Pittston, PA) –

Alan NaPier. 2013. Libraries “Cache” in on Geocaching Treasure Hunts. American Libraries

Cedar Rapids Public Library (Iowa) has walk and read treadmills.

Librarians Who Run. Group on Facebook.

Monaghan, E.M. 2016. The Library is In. Library Journal.

Maddigan, B. and S. Bloos. 2014. Community library programs that work: Building youth and family literacy. Santa Barbara: Libraries Unlimited. Chapters on Geocaching and walking. Community-Programs.pdf

Whitney Hays, Sherri Jenkins, and Susie Thomas, Estill County Public Library. 2016. Around the World in 65,740,092 Steps.

The Daily Independent. Library offers training for upcoming 5K.