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Huron River Day Festival

This annual Ann Arbor event returns for one day – July 17, 2011 – with fun water activities for parents, kids and the entire family

If you love to kayak or canoe, the 2011 Huron River Day Festival festivities are sure to get you going! Pack your swimsuit, shorts and any summer gear and head to Gallup Park in Ann Arbor on Sunday, July 17 for a full day of activities. There will be a Children's Tent with art and science fun, along with an enviro-challenge, some bubble play with the Bubbleman, fishing, animals and storytelling.

Ride your bike to the festivities and your boat rental will be free! (And no worries: The Washtenaw Bicycling and Walking Coalition will be offering valet to keep your wheels safe and sound.)

Jul 16, 2011 11:41 am
 Posted by  medusa

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