Brownstown Township hosts a slew of summer actions for young and older residents Downriver, however the Kids Day occasion is among the many hottest of all of them.
As far as Sue Trussell, Downtown Development Authority director, is anxious, it ranks No. 1 on her listing.
Kids Day is scheduled to happen from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 24 on the Event Center, 23345 King Road.
“This is my favorite occasion of the summer,” Trussell mentioned. “It’s nice to see all the youngsters having fun with free family enjoyable on a summer time day in Brownstown. They can come for a couple of minutes and enjoy the fun or keep all day. There is plenty to keep the kids busy.”
The Downriver West Kiwanis coordinates old school games for the children.
Trussell stated the membership pulls out all the stops for placing together a Game Zone designed just for children.
Like many children, this teenager waited for her opportunity to spin Advantage One Credit Union’s wheel for prizes. (Photo courtesy off Sue Trussell)
There might be sack races, a pie eating contest, water bucket relay and heaps of extra actions.
“It’s so fun to see the children having fun with the old school video games,” Trussell mentioned.
Kids are sure to get pleasure from an opportunity to strive their hand at the free cupcake decorating station, coordinated by A Serendipity Cakery of Riverview.
Brownstown’s Parks and Recreation Department shall be holding a Chalk the Walk contest.
Carey Ann’s Clown Caravan might be there with free face portray.
Visitors won’t wish to miss a cease on the Home Depot station, which is gifting away do-it-yourself kits.
Sportway of Brownstown and Rev’d Up Fun of Woodhaven are also in on the fun. Both will maintain the festivities going with their own array of games to play.
Noting that the start of school is simply around the nook, Advantage One Credit Union will have a college bag giveaway to get children began on gathering supplies.
Many of the vendors set up for the festivities additionally could have giveaway gadgets.
Kids completely love the cupcake decorating station at Kids Day coordinated by A Serendipity Cakery of Riverview. (Photo courtesy off Sue Trussell)