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Arkansaw Park Creek Day

June 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 pm CDT

Free

Save the date for 2021 Arkansaw Park Creek DAY! That’s right, you read it correctly, only one day this year. We will have homemade boat races for the kiddos with a chance to win a bike for those that sign up and make a boat to float the creek! We’ll have kids games set up, Caricatures, face painting and Fritters the Clown entertaining the kids making balloon animals! We’ll have the Parade at 1pm, followed by the ever so popular Duck Float. Live music during the day by Midnight Special, followed by live music from Contingency in the evening. We will be selling the raffle tickets for the Duck Float with the cost being 1/$5.00 or 3/$10.00. Something new this year is the ‘Arkansaw Park Days Sportsman’s Raffle” ticket which will include an 8’ enclosed tree stand, a gun and cash prizes on that ticket. The cost of those will be $20 each and only 400 tickets sold! Watch for tickets and event posters in the near future! Stay tuned for more things being added as we continue to book and prepare more festivities for the day! Hope to see you there.

Details

Date:
June 19
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 pm CDT
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Arkansaw, WI
Arkansaw, WI 54721 United States + Google Map

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