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13.125. Labor Fest

August 14, 2013

The 5th annual LABOR FEST is kicking off on Labor Day, September 2nd, 11am-5pm, @ Ah-Nab-Awen Park in downtown Grand Rapids in front of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. If you have never have been to Ah-Nab-Awen Park you are missing out on one of Grand Rapids “Gems”s of a park. Its along the Grand River, in front of the Ford Museum, and walking distance to all of the downtown favorites. With Labor Fest at the Park this is a must visit!

Labor Fest 2013 includes:

· FREE all day ADMISSION to the Ford Museum.
· Come down and enjoy some INCREDIBLE MUSIC by Jimmie Stagger Band, Cover Story, Mustang Band, Rochelle & the Spoilers, Krystal Kleer, and Mick Lane.
· Eat some AWESOME FOOD from local vendors like Twisted Rooster, Coney Girl, Dallas Deli BBQ, DC Express and more.
· Enjoy a LOCAL BEER from Founders, Bells, or Leinenkugel in the beer tent.
· Check out some local ARTS & CRAFTS, LABOR BOOTHS and EXHIBITS.
· Get a caricature done by CHRIS LAPORTE, Art Prize winner from 2010.
· Admire some classic American made cars & motorcycles @ the CAR SHOW in the parking lot on the north side of the Ford museum.
· Bring the KIDS down for FREE RIDES on the kiddie ferris wheel, bouncy house, and Berry-Go-Round. There will also be face painting, penny throwing contest, and chalk drawing on the bridge. Learn fire safety from the Grand Rapids Fire Dept. “fire safety smoke house”.

So bring the family and a blanket down to the park on Labor Day….sit and relax….and enjoy a fun filled day that celebrates workers. For more info go to

Location: Ah-Nab-Awen Park, Grand Rapids, MI

When:  Labor Day, September 2, 2013, 11am-5pm

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