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The head of Detroit’s Riverfront Conservancy is stepping down to lead DTE Energy Foundation.
Organizers say festival-goers can expect more than 50 musical performances, maritime and ecological exhibits, carnival rides and stuff for the kids.
A celebration is on-tap today for the final phase of construction on the east side of the Detroit RiverFront. Governor Rick Snyder, Mayor Dave Bing and others are scheduled to be on hand for the event.
A curfew on privately owned sections of downtown Detroit’s riverfront is drawing attention following recent enforcement.
More than 20 businesses have partnered with police to make Detroit’s Central Business District a safer place to live, work and play.
The 2011 River Days Festival kicks off at 4 pm on Thursday, June 23 and runs through Sunday, June 26 along Detroit’s riverfront.
WWJ’s Roberta Jasina interviews Faye Alexander Nelson, President and CEO of the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy about the 4th annual River Days 2010, June 18-21.
Joining WWJ’s Mike Campbell live to talk more about the festival and the Detroit riverfront is Faye Nelson, president & CEO of the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy. The 4th annual River Days starts this upcoming Friday.