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Family friendly event comes to Fall River Sunday

Family friendly event comes to Fall River Sunday

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The 5th annual Kids-a-Palooza will be held on Sunday, September 24th from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on North Main St Fall River.

Activities will be put on by Fall River Police Department, Fall River Fire Department, Home Depot, YMCA, Narrows Center for the Arts and others.

The Participating organizations will be showcasing their venues and creating an afternoon of fun and educational activities for the whole family.

There will be a petting zoo inside People Incorporated.

The Toe Jam Puppet Band will be performing outside Government Center.

Other activities include: finger painting, bike safety, dance, yoga, fire safety, swimming, music and a whole lot more.

They will also have music and giveaways.

Robert Canuel, President and CEO of People Incorporated stated, “The Kids-a-Palooza event shows again how our community is able to come together for a common good. This will be a great day for families and for Fall River. We hope to continue to bring events like the Block-a-Palooza event that was held in July, and now Kids-a-Palooza to the city.”

“Collaborating with all the participating organizations on this fun event has been a pleasure. We all want to make the City of Fall River a better place to work and play,” states Patrick Norton, Executive Director of the Narrows Center for the Arts.

The event will take place rain or shine.

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