Celebrate Hoover Day to serve up slices of giant apple pie | News
HOOVER, AL (WBRC)- Veterans Park on Valleydale will once again host the annual Celebrate Hoover day this Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The free event features a giant apple pie and Blue Bell ice cream, a car show, and a huge Kid Zone filled with inflatables, train rides and a petting zoo. The celebration also includes live entertainment, e-cycling and a blood drive.
Some of the new attractions for this year include: carnival rides, Xtreme bungee, magician
performances and balloon artists, according to a release from the City of Hoover.
Hoover's website describes the annual celebration as a family-friendly event that draws more than 10,000 people of all ages each year to Veterans Park.
"Celebrate Hoover Day [is] a great time to spend with your family and gather with people in the community," Hoover Mayor Gary Ivey said. "Each year we strive to feature free activities that will be fun for the entire family in a safe environment."
Parking is available at nearby Spain Park High School with free shuttle rides throughout the day.
See below for more events that will be featured at Celebrate Hoover Day:
-10:00 am – Veterans Memorial Paver Dedication
-10:30 am - Remove giant apple pie from oven
-Large Kids Zone with inflatables, train rides, pony rides, petting zoo, interactive areas and more
-Expansive exhibitor pavilion
-Giant apple pie & Blue Bell ice cream
-Document destruction and E-cycling
-American Red Cross Blood Drive
-Aveda Institute complimentary mini-services
Find out more info from HooverAlabama.gov.
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