2013 Donations

Wineglass Marathon officials announced that $48,600 was donated to over 40 non-profit organizations which helped with the race and it's weekend events for 2013.  The help and dedication of so many, help to make the Wineglass Marathon a success.

All Saints Academy

Alternative School for Math & Science

American Red Cross

ARC of Steuben

Bath Cub Scout Pack 59

Bath Haverling Interact Club

Bath Rotary Club

Bath Vol. Ambulance Corp

Bath Vol. Fire Dept.

Brownie Troop 40576

Calvin Smith School Girl Scout troops

Campbell Lions Club

Campbell Vol. Fire Department

Chemung County Amateur Radio Emergency Services

Coopers Plains United Methodist Church

Coopers Plains Vol. Fire Department

Corning Community Food Pantry

Corning East Interact Club

Corning Hawks Cross-Country

Corning Hawks Girls’ Lacrosse Team

Corning Hospital Capital Campaign

Corning Rotary Club

Corning West Interact Club

Corning YMCA

Corning's Gaffer District

Cub Scout Pack 129

Curtis Baptist Bible Church

East Campbell Vol. Fire Department

Elmira College Women's Field Hockey

Elmira College Women's Lacrosse

Food Bank of the Southern Tier

Gang Mills Vol. Fire Department

Girls on the Run of the Southern Tier

Health Ministry of the Southern Tier

Keuka Lake Amateur Radio Association

One Fund Boston, Inc.

Painted Post Kiwanis

Painted Post Vol. Fire Department


Red Cross Kids

Savona Vol. Fire Department

Sister Cities

Tompkins Cortland Community College

Victory Highway Wesleyan Church


Wineglass Weekend is fast approaching!  We hope you’re joining us October 3-5 in New York’s beautiful Finger Lakes. We’re welcoming a record field of almost 6,000 runners to our flat, fast and scenic course from Bath to Corning with its picturesque finish on Historic Market Street.  The Corning Museum of Glass is our new host of the Wineglass Expo where you’ll see an expanded array of vendors and our world class museum.  Named one of the country’s top destination marathons, the 33rd Annual Wineglass Marathon has a new start time (8:15AM) and a new requirement to take a bus to the start line – no drop-off or parking at the start.  Make sure you’re familiar with the new requirements so you have your best run on Sunday! The wildly popular Wineglass Half Marathon in its fourth year goes off at 7:45AM on Sunday.  Named a “must-do” half marathon, this very popular distance filled to capacity before the full marathon and is sponsored for the first time by Seneca Lake Wine Trail. We love that so many runners make the Wineglass their first-ever half marathon. We want everyone to take part in the weekend, so come join us for the Wineglass 5K at 8:30AM on Saturday, October 4.  It’s a fun and easy warm up, and is the one weekend race where REGISTRATION IS STILL OPEN!