Door prizes, live music, free food and beverages will also be available. There will also be more vendors, police said.
The park has public restrooms, meaning portable toilets won’t have to be brought in for the event. The parks also has an updated playground and sprayground.
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The event will also include a peace march. Residents of the south and west regions will meet at the Snyder Park shelter house near the entrance of near U.S. 40, wearing red shirts. Residents of the north and east sides of Springfield will meet in the Kroger parking lot on Bechtle Avenue wearing blue shirts.
The marchers will begin at 4:30 p.m., crossing together at the green bridge in Snyder Park.
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