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Beaverdam Park Spring Festival – Saturday, April 27, 2013 – Gloucester, VA

Everyone’s invited to an all-day festival on the water in Gloucester’s beautiful Beaverdam Park to kick-off a multi-year fund-raising campaign for a proposed new Nature Center.  The Nature Center is envisioned with exciting hands-on exhibits, educational and science features, and rentable space for events and meetings.

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The festival will run from 10 AM – 8 PM – Sat April 27,2013

Entertainment includes live music with Key’d Up at 1:00 PM and Gloucester’s own Planet Full Of Blues at 4:00 PM

Planet Full Of Blues – is a modern electric blues band based on the sweet southeast coast of Virginia. The band’s habanero-fueled original music is often described as a collision between Stevie Ray Vaughan and Blood, Sweat, and Tears. Critics agree that the Planet Full Of Blues sound reflects the best in today’s progressive blues rock music

Other features at the festival inculde nature-oriented information booths; face painting, badminton, corn hole, volleyball, soccer relay; 5:00 PM guided nature walk, 7:00 PM frog talk; free tree saplings to first 500 families. Food & drinks available for purchase or bring your own picnic and folding chairs – no alcohol permitted. Come have a family fun day and support this wonderful project!

Tickets are $7 in advance, $10 at the gate; kids under 13 free.  Tickets available online at http://gloucesterparks.org/beaverdam-park-spring-festival or at Beaverdam Park; Kelsick Market, Main St., Gloucester Court House; Visitors Center, Court House Circle; and the Parks & Recreation office.  For more information call Patti McGrath at 804-693-2107 or go to www.gloucesterva.info/P&R

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Address :8687 Roaring Springs Road
Time:10 AM – 8 PM –

Date:Sat April 27,2013
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