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Sports and brews returning to Danville

2024—First Fridays Sports and Brews is returning for its third year! Come to

Downtown Danville on May 3rd from 5-8 PM for an evening filled with food and fun activities.

This event will feature exciting outdoor activities, such as ziplining through Downtown Danville,

for only $5.00!

Several local establishments will offer beer specials, and food options will be available from

Hangry, Motley Food, Low Life Kitchen, and Up In Smoke food trucks!

Fun activities will span two entire blocks, including a rock wall, pop-a-shot, jumbo cup pong,

and bounce houses. Join Downtown Danville Inc. at the dunk tank, where profits go towards

supporting the downtown businesses. Or join us for Karaoke at Temple Plaza! Don't miss the

opportunity to play tennis or pickleball with the Danville Tennis Center or brush up your soccer

skills with the Danville Area Soccer Association!

Join us on May 3rd from 5-8 PM in Downtown Danville for all these fun activities and more!

Karaoke sign-ups available here:

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F44ACAF2DA3FEC43-48560444-karaoke#/

 

For the safety of those attending, roads will be closed from 2-9:45 PM. Vermilion Street will be

barricaded from Harrison Street to Main Street, and North Street will be barricaded from either

side of Vermilion Street to the closest alleys.

. If you have questions, please contact the

Community Relations Coordinator, Rheanna Ollis, at 217-431-2879.

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