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Carrabelle Riverfront Festival

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When
Friday, April 21, 2017 through Saturday, April 22, 2017

Address
Avenue B and Marine Street along the beautiful Carrabelle Riverwalk

Phone Number
850-320-8225

Website
www.carrabelleriverfrontfestival.com

Email
carrabelleriverfront@gmail.com

Carrabelle Riverfront Festival

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The Carrabelle Riverfront Festival is a fabulous street festival with colorful arts & craft vendors; educational folk life demonstrations , including the mysterious Legend of Tate's Hell; wonderful maritime exhibits and activities, like the interactive touch tanks from the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab; unique children’s activities like the Pirates of the Carrabellean, Children's Pirate Academy; delicious local seafood vendors and traditional fair foods;  festive knee-slapping, boot-stomping music; and amazing live entertainment – like the now famous Fishy Fashion Show, the Parade of the Species, and the Pet Fashion Pageant. Admission to this family friendly and pet friendly event is FREE and open to the public.
 
Also be sure to join two partner events on Saturday - the Franklin Senior Center’s Legend of Tate’s Hell 5K run and the Carrabelle Chamber of Commerce’s Forgotten Coast Cruisers Vintage Car Show, which has already doubled in size and is still growing.
 
Be sure to check for exciting announcements and surprises at the Carrabelle Riverfront Festival Facebook Event and on our webpage, www.carrabelleriverfrontfestival.com.

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