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Whipple City Days

June 13

G REENWICH The 22nd Whipple City Festival will be held in Greenwich, Friday and Saturday, June 13 and 14. It starts at 6 p.m. with a beach-themed parade. Grand Marshal is WNYT’S Bob Kovachick. Saturday’s events include the Whipple City 5K Race at 8:30 a.m; food, crafts, rides; a petting zoo and Puddles the Clown; and reenactment groups ranging from Revolutionary and Civil Wars through both World Wars. For full details, visit www.greenwichchamber.org

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June 13

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Greenwich Village, NY, United States
New York, NY United States

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