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Enjoy Summer at RiverArts Festival

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If you're looking for something fun to do tonight or another summer evening, Moorhead's RiverArts festival has you covered.

Arts, crafts, concerts and entertainment are all apart of the free festive's at Memorial Park in Moorhead tonight, as well as July 9th, 23rd and August 13th. From 5:30-8:00 pm.

Tonight's RiverArts Festival will feature a concert by "Penny and Pals" and a Taekwondo demonstration from Northwest Martial Arts.

Full release for tonight's RiverArts Feast:

Moorhead Parks and Recreation will host its second RiverArts of the summer on Tuesday, June 25th in Memorial Park from 5:30 to 8:00 pm.

Enjoy an outdoor concert, tae kwon do demonstration, horse drawn carriage rides, games and activities for the kids, a spacious playground, food vendors, a variety of art, craft, and jewelry vendors, along with much more. Admission and most activities are free of charge. Charges will apply to food and shopping.

June 25th will feature Penny and Pals onstage for a show at 6:30pm. Her performances are always exciting and feature wiggling, giggling fun! Penny and Pals combines spunky, original songs, costumed characters, and kid participation. Songs are delivered with humor and energy making them a local favorite.

Upcoming dates include July 9th and 23rd and August 13th.

Memorial Park is located at the corner of 8th Street and 1st Avenue North. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket.

For more information, call Moorhead Parks and Recreation at 218-299-5340.

 

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