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NEWBURGH STEELERS FUNDAY!
COME OUT & ENJOY A DAY OF FUN!!
WHEN: SATURDAY,JULY 23,2016,1:00 PM-6:00 PM
WHERE: RECREATION FIELD (HOMEFIELD)
WHAT: COACHES VS. PARENTS/PLAYERS IN FLAG FOOTBALL KICK, PUNT & PASS COMPETITION
FOOD & DRINKS
Kalmar Nyckel returns to the Hudson River and Newburgh for Sails and Deck Tours
Kalmar Nyckel will return to the Hudson River and Newburgh in August, for a weekend of day sails, pirate adventures and guided deck tours from August 5 through August 7.
Kalmar Nyckel is a faithful recreation of the original ship that brought the earliest settlers from Sweden to Delaware in 1638, just a couple of decades after the Mayflower. During the same period when the Dutch were settling New Amsterdam in what is now Manhattan, Kalmar Nyckel made four successive round trips to supply the colonists of New Sweden, a record unchallenged by any other colonial vessel.
Kalmar Nyckel will take on passengers for two-hour day tours of the Hudson River, sailing through some of the most scenic parts of the Hudson Valley. Sails will depart from the Riverfront Marina at 40 Front Street, Newburgh, NY.
Each day the ship is in port, the crew of the ship will offer guided deck tours during specific times. The deck tours are $10/adults and $6/children age 17 and under.
For public sail tickets and more information about specific sails and times, visit www.kalmarnyckel.org or contact the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation office at (302) 429-7447. Ticket prices are $50 for adults and $45 for children and youth ages 17 and younger.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Joe Valenti, Marketing Manager
Riverfront Development Corporation of Delaware
(302) 425-4890 x119
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