Join WFTV 9 Family Connection for the 15th Annual Great Brevard Duck Race! Proving that rubber ducks are not just for children’s bath time, this event reaches to squeaky heights with all things duck-related.
Come out April 14th at the Indian River Festival at Sand Point Park, where you can adopt a rubber duck for yourself, and watch it race to the finish line against thousands of other ducks. But it doesn’t just end at the Duck Race, where you’ll be able to win prizes, including a cruise and giftcards. There’s also duck T-shirts, souvenir duckies, and singing and dancing to duck songs.
All proceeds from the race go to a very grown-up non-profit organization, Crosswind’s Youth Services that provides help and opportunities to vulnerable young people and their families in Brevard County. So get involved, and adopt a duck to keep Crosswinds providing help to local children who have experienced challenges like abuse or neglect.
For more information, visit http://www.duckrace.com/Default.aspx?alias=www.duckrace.com/brevard
Learn more about the wonderful programs and services that Crosswinds offers children and their families. Visit them online today!
15th Annual Great Brevard Duck Race
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