KCP hosts Kutzotwn Community Block Party April 27

Kutztown Community Partnership and Giant Food Stores invite residents to the annual Kutztown Community Block Party 12 to 4 p.m. on April 27 on West Main Street, Kutztown from Constitution Blvd. to Whiteoak Street.

The event will feature a new authors pavilion sponsored by Firefly Bookstore. Four authors will be available each hour of the Block Party for book signing and Q & A. On the main stage sponsored by Whats This?! Media local acoustic favorites Bob Sica and Aaron Fritz and group performers Kumare and Generation Gap.

Attractions include a petting zoo located outside the Fraternal Order of Eagles, dunk tank compliments of the Kutztown Brandywine Youth Football & Cheerleading Association, Tumble N Bounce tropical moon bounce house, rock climbing wall sponsored by Kutztown Universitys Off-Campus Advisory Council, Plein Air Exhibit coordinated by locals artists and Kutztown Community Partnership Project Coordinator Nancy Brooks, the returning Mad Science of Lehigh Valley Educational Workshop, and childrens arts display & crafts stations.

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The Block Party features an array of vendors offering a spectrum of activities from childrens games and interactive readings to a live Zumba & cross-fit demonstration class. In addition to our favorite local eateries, community members can peruse an assortment of homemade baked goods & crafts, including custom jewelry and accessories, home dcor, and local art exhibits as well as participate in raffles and contests.

This event made possible with the support and services of: The Kutztown Community Partnership, Giant Food Stores of Kutztown, the Borough of Kutztown, the Off-Campus Advisory Council, First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union, GT Church, National Penn Bank, KUBoK Neighborhood Watch, Whats This?! Media, Colasanti Printworks, the Kutztown Fire Company, Business Link, the Kutztown Brandywine Youth Football & Cheerleading Association, and Mr. Food Convenience Store.

Kutztown Community Block Party is open and free to the public of all communities. For more information contact Nancy Brooks at kcp@hometownu.com.