SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield Jewish Community Center will host its annual Father’s Day Road Race for its 45th year on June 16.

The event will feature three races: a one-mile walk, a 5K and a 10K. The races will take place in the neighborhoods near the center, located at 1160 Dickinson St., Marketing and Communications Director Linda Edwards told Reminder Publishing. This is the first year that a 10K race is included in the event.

To participate, residents must pay a registration fee for each race. Admission to the one-mile walk is $15 while the 5k’s admission is $30 and the 10K is $35, according to the organization. The event will start at 8:30 a.m.

Admissions from the races will go toward funding the event with additional funds supporting programs at the center, Edwards stated, emphasizing that “the Springfield JCC exists to fulfill its mission of enriching community and nurturing wellness through our programming.”

Programs offered by the nonprofit include cultural events, educational classes, swimming lessons, music therapy, group exercise and wellness programs, according to the organization.

“We look forward to hosting another great event, which provides options for both avid runners and recreational walkers to be outside and active, and is an example of how the JCC fulfills its mission to serve the community,” Edwards said.

She highlighted that the races will be professional timed and serve refreshments, stating that “we hope that Western Mass. families will register, support the JCC, and have a fun Father’s Day.”

“It’s a great opportunity for families to spend time together,” Edwards said.

The race was initially set to be sponsored by 4Run3, which recently went out of business, as well as the JCC. Following 4Run3’s closing announced on May 13, the Father’s Day Road Race event is expected to remain scheduled.

For more information or to register for one of the races, visit runsignup.com/Race/MA/Springfield/FathersDayRoadRace. Registration is available until 11:59 p.m. on June 15.