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Cool Things To Do Weekend Of July 26

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It is called a Day of Summer Fun at Ocean City's Jolly Roger Amusement Park on 30th St.  The Ocean City Volunteer Fire Company (OCVFC) Ladies Auxiliary is selling $30 wristbands good for access on Sunday July 28th. It includes all-day the water park, unlimited rides, and one round of mini golf. The OCVFC is in the early stages of gathering funds for the purchase of a new canteen truck to replace the 34 year old existing one.
 
The wristbands are on sale now and can also be purchased the day of the event at the OCVFC headquarters at 1409 Philadelphia Ave. Wristbands cannot be purchased at Jolly Roger. Call or text Teresa to get a wristband 443 365 0637. 
 
The Greek Festival runs from July 26 - 28 at the Ocean City Convention Center. Admission is free for what is believed to be the largest Greek Festival on Delmarva. It will feature authentic Greek food, music, and more.
 
On Sunday morning, the sixth Ten Sisters Dewey Road Races will start at Northbeach.  The Penn State 5K and Kiddie K is the final event of a Penn State weekend in Dewey.  The race is not exclusive to Penn Staters. There is is pre-registration and registration the day of the event. Funds from all of the Ten Sisters races go to Dewey Beach Patrol, the Consortium in Lewes, and The Tyanna Fund.
 
Other Cool Things To Do:
- Periers Day - Bethany Beach
- Big Fish Classic - Ocean City
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