Kathrine Switzer wants to be part of history again.
She was in 1967 when she became the first woman to run the Boston Marathon as a numbered entry. And she hopes to be again next weekend when she comes to Seneca Falls to its inaugural Right to Run 19K/5K.
“I think it’s going to grow to be a powerful and a traditional event,” Switzer said in a Friday phone interview. “It’s always wonderful to be there for the first. You’re part of a cohort, a class of exceptional legacies.”