Sunday is probably the most stressful day of the week. We all sit around dreading that Monday is the next day, and that means back to work. But, this Sunday is a little different. The Quequechan River Festival is kicking off this Sunday, June 30th from 12:30-5 PM at Britland Park in Fall River.

With a beautiful forecast of highs in the 70's, this is not an event you want to pass up. There will be so much to do and see. To kick off the festival is a bike parade beginning at 12:30 PM along the Quequechan River Rail Trail. Parents, no need to worry riders under 18 must wear a helmet throughout the entire journey and police escorts will be at every street crossing. Riders will also be able to decorate their bikes, participate in a bike rodeo, have small repairs done and so much more.

For the non thrill-seekers or lovers of art, the festival will offer field games, face painting, fishing lessons, a chance to check out some adorable animals, and different craft contests.

Music and Entertainment rounds out this super fun event, with a variety of bands, giant bubbles, mad scientists, magician show, and last but certainly not least an appearance from the one and only Spider-man.

This is a free event so make your last day of the week a great one and come out to enjoy a fun day with the family. Whether you're a kid or a kid at heart, this is the place to be this Sunday afternoon.

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