Celebrate @ Celebration Drive April 30th Event at College Town Rochester to Benefit Local Charities

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On April 30th from 10am-3pm College Town Rochester will be hosting the annual event Celebrate @ Celebration Drive. A family friendly carnival style event featuring local charities running carnival games, carnival foods and local businesses.

On April 30th from 10am-3pm College Town Rochester will be hosting the annual event Celebrate @ Celebration Drive. A family friendly carnival style event featuring local charities running carnival style games. In addition to carnival style games & food there will be balloon artists, restaurant tasting experiences, prizes, face painting, therapy dogs, live music and much much more.

In addition there will be a Kids Fun Run starting at 10:30am at the newly opened Rochester Running in College Town the run with be a 1/2 mile fun run on the sidewalks around College Town concluding at Canandiagua National Bank - the run is for kids of all ages, parents are welcome to run with children and participants will receive a t-shirt & prizes with their $20 donation to Friends of Strong Memorial Hospital. Register for the Fun Run at: http://www.collegetownrochester.com/funrunapril30/

Parking is available in the garage at College Town, as always there is no cost for parking.

About College Town
College Town offers an exciting mixed-use district providing the Rochester community, University of Rochester and University of Rochester Medical Center students, faculty and staff a one-of-a-kind, vibrant destination to live, learn, dine, shop, work and play. Located at the intersection of Mount Hope and Elmwood Avenue, College Town features 125,000 SF of street level retail, including a two-level Barnes and Noble university/community bookstore; a 136-room Hilton Garden Inn Hotel; 50,000 SF of class A office space; and, 154 new high end apartment units known as Mount Hope Lofts. Developed by Gilbane Development Company and Fairmount Properties.

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