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City's Water Trails To Benefit From Pedal, Paddle, Play!

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Quandt hopes that our unique eco-resource will continue to be cared for so as to betters our lives and community.

Northeast Indiana Water Trails is gearing up for its 6th annual Pedal, Paddle, Play! Scavenger Hunt, this Saturday, July 17th at Promenade Park.

Once the "hunters" return, by bike or river trail, the annual afterparty begins, which is free for the public to attend as well, featuring live music provided by local tribute legends, Pink Droyd, beverage service from Trubble Riverfront.

Representatives from nine different environmental and recreation groups will also be on hand to talk with  participants about the importance of maintaining water trails.

WBOI's Julia Meek sat down with principal Programs Manager, Kyle Quandt, to learn the mission and scope of the organization, and how this community-wide event will benefit the area.

Event Information:

Pedal, Paddle, Play! @ Promenade Park, Fort Wayne
Saturday, July 17th, 2021
Scavenger Hunt: 10:00 a.m.
Registration continues up until hunt begins
Afterparty on the Auer Lawn
Noon to 2:00 p.m.

For registration information and more, visit the Northeast Indiana Water Trails website.

A Fort Wayne native, Julia is a radio host, graphic artist, and community volunteer, who has contributed to NIPR both on- and off-air for forty years. Besides being WBOI's arts & culture reporter, she currently co-produces and hosts Folktales and Meet the Music.
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