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Delaware County's Riverfront Ramble - Pyrates!
« on: September 11, 2007, 12:30:39 PM »
Delaware County's Riverfront Ramble 2007
September 15th & 16th, 2007:

Pyrate Ball on Friday Night, Saturday 14th. 

Various locations along the Delaware River, PENNSYLVANIA:  Delaware County?s Riverfront Ramble is the largest river festival on Pennsylvania?s eastern seaboard, taking place along the shores of the Delaware River, across 14 miles of waterfront from Marcus Hook to Tinicum. 2007 marks the first year that Ramble has grown into a two-day event, with activities slated for both Saturday and Sunday

Children?s River History Program. A band of Blackbeard?s Pirates will also provide plenty of rowdy fun throughout the weekend.  Taking to the water this year are several historic ships including the Tall Ship Gazela, the Norseman Viking replica ship and the vintage tugboat, Jupiter.

There will be ship tours plus actual Delaware River rides aboard the beautiful sailing schooner The Northwind. 

Ramble?s most popular events are returning this year including all day free concerts, pony rides, children?s music and theater performances, craft shows and amazing food.

Marcus Hook is the site of the opening ceremonies on Saturday at 1pm.  Free parking and free bus transportation between all locations, enabling families to enjoy activities at each location throughout the day on Saturday. There will be no organized transportation on Sunday, but all three venues featuring Sunday fun (The West End Boat Club, John Heinz Refuge and Harrah?s Casino) expect plenty of parking to be available. 


General info:  Steve Byrne 610-565-3679, email:  sbyrne@brandywinecvb.org .