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Huron River Day at Island Park May 19

April 29, 2024 - Huron River Day will once again bring the community together Sunday, May 19, noon–4 p.m., to celebrate one of our area's greatest amenities  A change in venue brings this event to Island Park, 1420 Island Drive in Ann Arbor, with parking available at nearby Fuller Park, or ride your bike to Island Park and use the complimentary bike valet provided by Common Cycle. Guests can enjoy the beautiful Huron River with free, family-friendly fun, including:

  • ​​Live music from Hullabaloo, Pontiac Trail Blazers, Flute Circle and Gemini.
  • Activities such as water squirting lessons with Dirt Doctor; live animals with Leslie Science & Nature Center; Huron-Clinton Metroparks Mobile Learning Center; 30-minute nature walks (starting at the information tent at noon, 1 p.m. and 2 p.m.
  • More than a dozen exhibitors (and counting!).
  • Food trucks/carts from Coffee Grind Coffee Truck, EJ's Gourmet Street Cuisine, Hello! Ice Cream, Hummus Falafel, Pizza Pazza and Why Not Pie Pop-up.

You can even plan ahead to arrive in style by purchasing Huron River Day merch online now!  Visit the event page​ for all the fun details! 

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