‘Fun in the Ville’ taking place this Saturday, June 16, at Centennial Park
The 3rd Annual ‘Fun in the Ville’ is taking place this Saturday, June 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Centennial Park, located 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 by the Fowlerville United Methodist Church Mission Team is planned.
The very popular Dunk Tank will be back as well, with several local celebrities taking turns on the perch. All proceeds from the Dunk Tank will go to the Family Impact Center. The cost to toss is $1 per ball or $3 for 5 balls.
The event will also feature a Petting Zoo, Obstacle Course, Leap & Bounds Wipe Out, Connect Four Day at the Derby, and Toy Town. Kids games will be put on by the Fowlerville United Brethren Church as well.
Ken Bielous, a local disc jockey, will be playing music throughout the day, while singer Kari Holmes will entertain.
New this year will be a Bike Raffle with one girl’s bicycle and one boy’s bicycle given away. There will also be free bike helmets given away while supplies last.
The Fowlerville Fire Department will be open during the event and welcomes visitors.
Admission to ‘Fun in the Ville’ is free and there is no charge for most of the activities.
“Fun in the Ville’ is being put on by the Place Making Committee, part of the Fowlerville Strategic Planning Committee—a subcommittee of the Fowlerville Downtown Development Authority.