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Second Saturday - May 12


Join us for our next Second Saturday Riverfront Festival on May 12th as Montgomery's Riverfront comes alive from 5 p.m. until.  To make our Second Saturday even bigger and better, WCOV and Stivers' Ford present a family event with FREE Admission along with live entertainment from Redfield and the Goat Hill String Band.  Interactive activities for all ages include more inflatables, arts and crafts, a magician and balloon artist, courtesy of Dynamite Magic and Balloons!  More food concessions will be offered courtesy of Cantina, Dreamland BBQ, Peppertree Steaks and Wine, Cheezies Pizza, Nancy's Italian Ice, Bruster's Ice Cream, Catfish One, Mama's Sack Lunch and The Great American Cookie Company.  Don't forget to visit the new addition to Riverfront Park!   The SandBAR at the Silos is located high atop Riverfront Park, overlooking the Alabama River.

Make sure you stick around for the great FIREWORKS SHOW, immediately following the Biscuits' game.  View the fireworks from the best seat in the house, aboard the Harriott II Riverboat on the Fireworks Cruise!  Adult tickets are $20 with Children being $15.  The boat will board at 8 p.m., Depart at 8:30 p.m. and return after the fireworks conclude. 

The folks at Riverfront Facilities are making ever Second Saturday special all the way through September!



3 responses to "Second Saturday - May 12"

  1. Vickie
    05-May-2012 12:48 PM

    Great family outing!!
  2. ashley
    12-May-2012 09:11 AM

    I am wondering about this event if it rains this evening? Hopefully we will be notified in time.
  3. anon
    14-May-2012 09:09 AM

    No, it got rained out, and no notice was issued. I wish they would hold the even next weekend since we all missed out because of the weather...even though we showed up and waited in the rain for an hour. There are not many cheap or free activities in this
    area so we were very dissapointed.

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