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Welcome to the 16th Annual
“An Event Full of Character(s)!”
Some Key Dates to Plan For:
•Lighted ORV Parade (Friday night)
•Cardboard, Kayak, & Canoe Races are Saturday afternoon. Start saving that cardboard & duct tape!
•Parade is Saturday at 6:00 PM. Theme is Parade of Characters and it is never too early to get your “self” on! More info? Parade invite document.
•Fireworks Saturday night! Great Show!
Note: "The firework's show has always been great, but you won't want to miss seeing what 40% BIGGER looks like!"
For a list of events and times click here.
For up to date news for schedules and events visit our facebook page.
We are in the planning stages and have begun posting times schedules, sign up forms, etc. As the plans come together, more will be added. One thing is for sure, we could sure use some help! If you can lend a hand folding programs, making calls, helping with planning or helping out during the festival, we would LOVE to hear from you! We are always looking for ideas, suggestions, and help!
A very special thanks to our Premier Sponsors, and the Croswell Downtown Development Authority for all they do!
Also, a special thanks to Paramount Industries
for sharing all the community news
on their super cool sign!
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If you are intersted in participating in the events that we will be hosting this year you can click here for our list of events. We look forward to seeing you this year! Come one, come all, and let the fun begin!
The Croswell Swinging Bridge is the only pedestrian suspension bridge in Michigan. It was built in 1905 at an original cost of $300. It spans 139 feet. The original bridge had just two cables which were provided by Michigan Sugar Company and were used to support the planks. To provide a handhold, two more cables were added at a cost of $150. In August of 2006, all 128 planks were replaced at a cost of $1,300. The Bridge originally had a sign at the west end that admonished people to "Love Ye One Another." A sign at the east entrance (Maple Street) still reads, "Be Good To Your Mother-in-law."
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