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Metro Parks May Fest to Provide Free Family-Friendly Fun This Saturday!


On Saturday, Metro Parks is hosting May Fest at Hadley Park, featuring National Kids to Parks Day, an unveiling of a new picnic pavilion and park signage, and the live music of local band Brassville. Guests are encouraged to bring a lawn chair, a blanket or even a picnic basket to enjoy the outdoors with fellow community members. There will be food trucks, refreshments, games and community engagement throughout the day. Starting at 9 a.m., Hadley Park Community Center will host children ages 6-14 for relay races, tug-of-war contests and games. At 12 p.m., Hadley Park will officially open its new free form roof pavilion, located at the corner of 28th Avenue North and Albion streets. It is an airy structure designed to create a feeling of openness and space. It is also meant to celebrate the culture of the surrounding community with colorful, patterned ceiling panels inspired by traditional African textiles.


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