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Boating & Outdoor Festival returns to Lake St. Clair

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HARRISON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WJBK) -

Summer may be over, but boating is still on the minds of many at the annual Boating & Outdoor Recreation Festival.

The area's only fall in-water show in southeast Michigan returns to the Lake St. Clair Metropark Sept. 19-22.

For more information, discount tickets, current promotions and contest information, visit BoatingandOutdoorFest.com.

Discount tickets are available at BoatingandOutdoorFest.com. Regular admission is $10 for adults, children 12 and under free with an adult. Parking is $5 at the Lake St. Clair Metropark or free to those with a park sticker. General park information can be found at www.metroparks.com or by calling 1-800-47-PARKS.

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