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First Alive@5 Kicks Off a New Rule

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Welcome to the first Alive@5 for the season here at Whittier Park next to the Civic Center in Great Falls.  It's the 8th season the Downtown Great Falls Association is hosting this fun-filled free event.

You can enjoy live music.  Tonight's featured band is The Alleged!  There are tons of local food vendors to try out a variety of items from!

The first three Alive@5's has a new twist this year: tobacco free!  In other words no smoking or chew or tobacco of any kind of the premises. 

Those who feel so inclined as to partake in tobacco are kindly asked to step outside the boundaries.  Other Alive@5's around the state already follow this rule.  The idea is to create an even more fun-filled family oriented environment that is safe for children and free from the harmful effects of second hand smoke.

There are tons of activities to keep the young ones busy from face painting, airbrush tattoos, a mini ferris wheel, and of course, inflatable bouncy houses.

Alive@5 will be at various locations in downtown Great Falls every Thursday from 5-9pm.  We'll see you down there!

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