Miami, Florida-November 28, 2005 - The Tenth Annual Miami Riverday will be held
Saturday, March 25, 2006
, SW 4 St and
SW 4th Ave.
A signature event on the
cultural calendar, the free festival celebrates the unique heritage,
culture and environment of
.” Miami Riverday features free riverboat tours, water taxis, live
music, environmental education, river restaurant food vendors, children
activities and much more.
year’s event attracted over 5,000 residents, tourists and students to
’s Little Havana community and featured an array of fun-filled events
from rock climbing, face painting and stilt walkers to folk art
demonstrations and historical re-enactments.
Riverday provides a free opportunity for the public to
witness first hand the river’s continuing renaissance,” said Miami
River Commission Managing Director Brett Bibeau. “The
is the birth place of the City of Miami, and the fact that it is the fourth largest port in the state with over
12,000 new residential units on the rise, proves that is also on the
brink of Miami’s exciting future. We hope that residents and tourists alike will
join us in the tenth annual celebration of the
Miami River’s multicultural corridor where residents live, work and play.”
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Park: I-95 North to
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SW 7th Street
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more information on Miami Riverday 2006, contact the Miami River
Commission at 305-644-0544 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miami River Commission was created in 1998 by the Floridalegislature to be the official coordinating clearinghouse for all
public policy and projects related to the Miami Rive. Under the law, the Miami River
Commission has 18 members including elected officials, business, neighborhood, environmental and civic leaders involved and knowledgeable
on river issues. The Commission has the responsibility to unite all
governmental agencies, businesses and residents to speak with one voice
on river issues, to develop coordinated plans, priorities, programs,
projects and budgets that will substantially improve the river.
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