Summer in the City Festival

July 19, 2019 - July 20, 2019
10:00am - 5:00pm

rsz summer in the city 2015 saturday 002Enjoy more than 50 hours of entertainment at Dowagiac Summer in the City July 19 & 20.  Hosted by the Chamber of Commerce, events get underway at 10 a.m.  The community celebration is truly a family-friendly event, featuring The Taste of Dowagiac, a community-wide worship service, vocal, instrumental and dance performances, action sports and Summer on Tap craft brew event.  Parents are sure to appreciate the children’s interactive entertainment and games. Families can browse summer redesign sales of specialty shops, and the booths of craftsmen, artisans and community organizations. To register for booth space call 782.8212, email VPhillipson@Dowagiac.org, or print and return the registration form below.

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