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Night on the Town

Thanks to feedback from residents last year, Night on the Town has been moved to earlier in the day. It will run from 3 to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 13, at Town Park, 500 N. Main St. One of the city’s longest-standing events, Night on the Town is designed to be simple, relaxing and family-friendly. “Night on the Town is always one of my favorite events of the year,” said Special Events Manager Angie Henley. “It’s nice and low-key, no fuss…just a great way for people to hang out together and enjoy the park with their friends and neighbors. “The earlier time allows families with little ones to have a fun evening out and still make it home for bedtime,” Henley said. “And everyone else can head over to The LOT for their Saturday night concert, and really make a day of it.” This year’s event features music, clowns and special entertainment including a live animal show. As a treat, selected instructors from the Mansfield Activities Center will be giving demonstrations on everything from Karate to Yoga, offering a fun and interactive way to try out a class or find a new hobby. MAC representatives will also be on hand to share more details about summer programs and camps, and offer on-site registration at an event exclusive 15 percent discount. “Summer is probably the busiest time of years for the MAC,” said Activities Supervisor Greg Guse. “We’ve got a ton of programs – lots of them brand new – that we’re excited to share with everyone. You just don’t know what sort of skill or hobby you might love if you never try it out.”
Date & Time
  • May 13, 2017
  • 3:00PM - 7:00PM
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