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Grand Rivers Marina Day

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Saturday, August 13, 2016 - Marina Day in Grand Rivers

In this little village of only 230 households and over 600 boat slips, National Marina Day is a big Celebration.

Join us in Grand Rivers to celebrate National Marina Day with Green Turtle Bay and Lighthouse Landing.  These marinas give our community and visitors access to clean healthy waterways.  We salute the role they play in the American recreational boating industry!

Green Turtle Bay Resort will be hosting their Annual Marina Day Celebration on Saturday, August the 13th, 2016. Activities and events begin at 11:00 AM and the evening will end with one of the area's largest fireworks displays! Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and find a good spot early so you and your family can enjoy the show! Fireworks sponsored by Grand Rivers Tourism Commission and Green Turtle Bay Resort.

Children’s activities involve a water slide, rock wall, trackless train, water sports, and live stage shows.

There will be food concessions, retail vendors, and live music throughout the day. Live On Stage: 11:00 - 12:00 PM "Animal Tales" a live educational & interactive show of exotic animals with a commitment to educate, inspire and entertain; Animal Tales specializes in professional live educational programs for schools, libraries, and many other groups and organizations, 12:00 - 1:00 PM Magician Russ Nowack, 1:00 - 2:00 PM Animal Tales second show, 2:00-3:00PM Storytellin' with Mary Jo Huff, 3:00-4:00PM Magician Mike Griggs, 4:00- 5:00PM "Just Imagine" Children's Show by Dennis Scott, 5:00-6:00PM The Grammy Nominated WannaBeatles Tribute Band, 6:30PM Featured Band, The Cruisers.

Join us in Grand Rivers, KY, on Saturday, August 13, for Grand Rivers Marina Day. For more information please call Green Turtle Bay at (800)498-0428 or visit them online at GreenTurtleBay.com or facebook.com/GreenTurtleBay 

White Egret
Photo by Melodie Cunningham

Commonly mistaken for a heron, egrets can commonly be seen wading in shallow water near the lakes edge.