Saturday, June 29 ~ Rollans Park
9am-11:00am: River Event Registration
11am-5pm: Kid's Eddy Activity Area
11am-5pm: Whitewater Education & Silent Auction
11:10am: Safety Briefing
11:20am: Wildwater Kayaks
11:30am: Hard shell kayaks
Noon-2:00pm: Douglas and Heather Band
2:00 pm: Whitewater Rodeo
2:30 pm: Junk of Unc
3pm-6pm: Papagoya Band
3:30 pm: Awards Ceremony
5pm: Silent Auction Ends
Festival Parking is on the east side of the river. The entrance to this lot is off HWY 550 North of the Acme Healing Center.
Booth Set Up will take place from 8:30am-10:00am. If you need to drive your car into Rollans Park (beer, food, watershed education tent) to unload anything this is the only time you will be permitted to drive your car into the parking lot - the EARLIER the BETTER. After 10:00am the parking area will be closed to vehicles. Sponsor booths will enter from HWY 550 and unload on the east side of the river. Set up on the east side of the river should take place between 8:30am-10:00am also. Although there will be an access route left open to this area all day.
River Event Registration will take place at Rollans Park on Saturday, June 29th from 9am-11:00am. Please come prepared with your ACA membership number and registration fee. All river event participants will need a PFD and a helmet to enter. Stop by the registration table (next to the stage) to sign up for your event, sign a waiver and receive your festival t-shirt.
Kid's Eddy activity area will be operational from 11am - 5pm. This is a fun space for children to get creative at the arts and crafts tent, get their face painted, and play with the various water toys available. There will be sun ovens here in operation baking yummy treats throughout the day. There will be volunteers to assist children with these activities, however this is not a drop off area. An adult must be with a child at all times during the River Festival. The river is not far from any spot at this event and may be a danger to unattended children. Please respect this request.
DOGS ARE WELCOME, BUT MUST BE ON A LEASH AT ALL TIMES!! ROLLANS PARK IS RICH WITH WILDLIFE AND IT IS A SENSATIVE HABITAT AREA.