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Slice of Summer Celebration Starts June 21st.

Submitted by Pat Plantenberg on Fri, 06/08/2018 - 06:46

Slice of Summer Celebration Starts June 21st.

Rotary Club of Townsend plans for the eighth annual Slice of Summer season are being finalized.  Slice of Summer is a community-sponsored family fun event held on the third Thursday of June, July, and August each year at Heritage Fun Park.  Mark your calendars-this year’s Slice of Summer dates are June 21, July 19, and August 16


Slice of Summer includes Youth Activities that run from 1:00-5:00 pm and Family Activities that run from 5:00-8:00 pm. Youth activities include free use of the swimming pool.  Other youth activities include a free bouncy room, face painting, etc.  Also, the Elkhorn Community Fellowship Church is providing the Climbing Wall again this year.  Family activities include free musical entertainment and reasonably priced food and drink.  Inexpensive food starting mid-afternoon will be provided again for families through 8 pm.  Music begins at 5 pm and goes to 8 pm. 


Slice of Summer started after Broadwater County High School students mentioned in interviews for Rotary scholarships that Townsend needed some fun event for families like the Alive at Five event in Helena. 

Brook Dolan is sponsoring a 5K Run for the June event. Sara Bair is going to have a gymnastics exhibition in July.  Rotary may have a movie in the park in August if we get enough sponsors.  If you have any displays, events, or activities you would like to show off at Slice of Summer please let Rotary know. 

If you have any questions please call Slice of Summer coordinator Adam Six at 431-8957.

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