Revelers ready for fun in the Creek
April 30, 2013 by Sarah
Offering a terrific event for the entire family in a natural setting, this weekend’s White Clay Creek Fest will offer an abundance of activities and entertainment options.
The event is fully handicap accessible and is the fifth annual celebration of its kind. Poster printing, flyer printing, and banner printing may have been used to promote this festive event to people in this community, as well as the surrounding districts.
Guests will enjoy live performances courtesy of the Rivers Rockabilly Trio, along with a selection of family entertainment options, including a free flight bird encounter and the Juggling Hoffmans. Families will enjoy the meeting and petting live animals, eating pizza and ice cream, and partaking it activities designed for all ages. There will also be giveaways and prizes to those whose luck is in.
White Clay Creek meanders from northern Delaware to southeastern Pennsylvania and is a natural, preserved watershed where families can enjoy native wildlife, plants, and a number of displays and exhibits. Those who arrive early can enjoy the annual pre-fest hike named ‘Mason Dixon’ that begins at 11:00 am.
Admission is free with paid park entrance. The White Clay Creek Fest will be held this Saturday, May 4, from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm at White Clay Creek State Park, Carpenter Recreation Area, located on Route 896 just above Newark, Delaware and a few miles from Wilmington. To learn more about this fest, please visit its website or call the park at 302-737-6590.