It will be a very different Mother's Day Classic in Horsham on Sunday.
No crowds will gather at the sound shell for the start, no groups of costumed runners and walkers will grab a barbecue breakfast before pounding the pavement to raise money for breast cancer research.
But the day will go on in a virtual format.
Organiser Jackie Excell said 300 to 400 people would normally turn up to take part in the classic, with prizes and entertainment before they took off on a 4km walk or 8km run.
But in March the national organisers decided that with COVID-19 restrictions the classic would go online.
Participants were encouraged to sign up and walk as many kilometres as they could before one minute to midnight on Mother's Day - Sunday, May 10.
You might still see some participants out on Sunday, but going two-by-two.
And there's still going to be a flavour of the normal day, Horsham style.
"Lisa from Planet Feelgood normally does a two song warm up, so she's going to create a Zoom link and it will be live-streamed via our Facebook page from 9am on Sunday," Ms Excell said.
This will be followed by a livestream welcome from the sound shell (in keeping with social distancing it will mostly likely be just Ms Excell and a camera person) and they'll then walk the 4km track.
"Hopefully we'll bump into a few mums out having a walk and wish them a happy Mother's Day," she said.
There's still time to sign up - with two levels of registration available - and also take advantage of some extras, including wellness tips and tutorials, pilates and yoga classes, sponsor prizes and giveaways and a fun kids activity zone.
"It's really important, particularly now, to get out and exercise, not only for physical health but mental health," Ms Excell said.
She said they'll be documenting this year's event as it will be very different.
"We're hoping for bigger and better next year," she said.
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