HOUSTON - Join the Houston Parks Board and KPRC2 for the fourth annual Bayou Greenway Day -- a fun, free outdoor festival on the bayou.
The day-long event, presented by Noble Energy and hosted by KPRC2 anchor Andy Cerota, will take place Saturday, March 24, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., along Halls Bayou Greenway at Tidwell Park at 9720 Spaulding Street.
"Bayou Greenway Day is the opportunity for members of the community to experience the remarkable linear parks and greenways that are located all around the city," Houston Parks Board's Chris Porter said. "Bayou Greenway 2020 is actively transforming and connecting neighborhoods across Houston by creating new greenspaces for all to enjoy."
Spend the day enjoying family-friendly outdoor activities, including a fun run, Easter egg hunt, Houston Texans football clinics, Houston Dynamo soccer drills, music by award-winning ThunderSOUL Orchestra, face painting, arts, crafts, lawn games and free food. The first 3,000 attendees will receive a Houston Astros cap.
"Bayou Greenway Day is a festival that members of the community and I look forward to each year,:" Mayor Sylvester Turner said. "It makes me proud to see Houstonians come together to celebrate the bayous and greenways that make our city unique and special."
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