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Pedal, Paddle & Explore at Hanson Park

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CRANFORD, NJ - On Sunday, May 22 from 1-4 PM, come spend the afternoon at Hanson Park as part of Pedal, Paddle & Explore Weekend in Cranford.  Located at 38 Springfield Ave., Hanson Park is the perfect location to enjoy some good, old-fashioned, family fun! There will be free face painters and balloon twisters from Party Magic.  They make some of the most inventive balloon creations out there: lasers with jet packs, monkeys on palm trees, rainbows and princesses, just to name a few!  There will also be nature crafts for the kids including ice cream cone planters and painted stones.  Then from 2-4 PM enjoy the sweet sounds of Ocean Country, a bluegrass/country band.  So bring your lawn chairs and blankets and get ready for an afternoon of nature, good tunes and fun!

This event is sponsored by the Hanson Park Conservancy and brought to you by a grant from Merck.  For more information on this or other upcoming events please go to the Hanson Park Conservancy’s website, www.hansonparkconservancy.com or like us on Facebook.

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