‘Fun in the Ville’ taking place this Saturday, June 17, at Centennial Park
The 2nd Annual ‘Fun in the Ville’ is taking place this Saturday, June 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Centennial Park, next to the Fowlerville Fire Hall.
A variety of activities and entertainment is being offered.
Arts and crafts along with home-based businesses will have their wares for sale. In addition, a bake sale is planned by the Fowlerville United Methodist Women.
The very popular Dunk Tank will be back, featuring area celebrities who will be taking turns on the perch. The event will also feature a Petting Zoo, Knockerball and Battle Darts, My Little Farm and an Inflatable Obstacle Course, Tumble Trac by the Livingston County Gymnastics, and Kids Games put on by the Fowlerville United Brethren.
The musical entertainment lineup starts with Bronsyn Sacker singing at noon, followed by Kari Holmes entertaining from 1-2 p.m. and then ‘Southern Drive’, a country Jazz soft rock band, on the stage from 2-4 p.m.
D.J. Ken Bielous will be playing music, starting at 10 am. and in between the musical sets.
Admission is free and there is no charge for most of the activities.
Food and refreshments will be available as well.
The Fowlerville Fire Dept. plans to hold an Open House as part of the event.
‘Fun in the Ville’ is being put on by the Place Making committee, part of the Fowlerville Strategic Planning Committee.
Come on out and enjoy the day!