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Fenton River Fest

Presented by Keepers of the Shiawassee and Southern Lakes Parks & Recreation at Bush Park , Fenton MI

Jun 28 2015
Fenton River Fest

The Keepers of the Shiawassee are proud to announce our 2015 River Fest, on June 28th, from 12pm until 6pm, at Bush Park in Fenton!

River Fest activities will include:
Six hours of live, local music (5 bands in all)
Kayak demos
Paddle board yoga demos
A homemade canoe/kayak regatta
Rubber ducky race
50/50 and paddle board raffles
Unique shopping opportunities
Local food vendors (including Beale St Smokehouse Bbq, Curbside Cuisine Taco Truck and more!)

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Contact: 810-354-5777

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Additional time info:

2015 RIVER FEST SCHEDULE: *Live bands, food and shopping vendors all day! (12pm-6pm) (BRING LAWN CHAIRS, BLANKETS, etc. and enjoy the music on the lawn!!) *50/50 and Paddle Board Raffle: -All day (Do not need to be present to win) *Home made canoe/kayak regatta: -Registration and Set Up: 12pm-1pm -Regatta starts at 1pm *Rocky’s Kayak Demo: -12pm-1pm -3pm-6pm *Silver Spray Sports Paddle Board Yoga Demo: -1pm -3pm -5pm *Rubber Ducky Race: 5pm

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.


Bush Park

Jefferson St. behind St. John Catholic Church, Fenton, MI 48430

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