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Celebrate spring at Hurley Park April 5

SALISBURY — The weather may not be able to make up its mind on winter or spring, but I can tell you one thing for certain, and that is the 33rd Annual Spring Celebration at Hurley Park will be on Sunday, April 5 from 2-4 p.m. at 304 Annandale Ave. 

This is always a free family-friendly event, and we enjoy seeing everyone at the celebration!

For the 33rd Annual Celebration, we will have exciting activities for the whole family that will include the Salisbury Swing Band, Triple Springs Horse Run, Bubble Circus, Pure Comedy Magic, Salisbury Fire Department, N.C. Wildlife Commission, Rowan County Soil and Water, N.C. Forestry, and the Extension Master Gardeners.

Hurley Park loves hosting our Annual Spring Celebration because it is a way for us to give back to the community. We will have free carriage rides, music, an obstacle course, Bubble Circus, magician, free snacks and much more.

We will also have an Arbor Day Celebration with a tree planting in the park with thanks from the Salisbury Tree Board. With all of the festivities, it will be a great way to celebrate Hurley Park and enjoy nature.

If you have never visited Hurley Park, the Spring Celebration is a great time to take the family out and enjoy 17 acres of gardens, a beautiful pond, and paths making up a total of one mile.

Be sure to add the 33rd Annual Spring Celebration to your event calendar, and bring the whole family for the festivities.

If you would like to learn more about Hurley Park, The Spring Celebration, donate or volunteer at the park, please contact us by email, phone, or through social media.

For more information or to donate to Hurley Park, please visit: https://salisburync.gov/Government/Parks-and-Recreation/Parks/Hurley-Park, like us on Facebook and Instagram @HurleyParkNC, or call us at 704-638-4459.

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