8th Annual Duck Derby to Benefit Broome County Humane Society
Back by popular demand is the Duck Derby to benefit the Broome County Humane Society.
It's really is pretty incredible to see thousands of rubber duckies floating down the Susquehanna River, and that's exactly what will happen on Sunday, July 29th as the Broome County Humane Society will host its eighth annual Duck Derby. The Duck Derby will take place from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. right behind the Holiday Inn in downtown Binghamton.
The Duck Derby will kick off with fun kicks off with music, food, crafts, games, and vendors. At 3 p.m., approximately 10,000 rubber ducks will be dropped off the Court Street Bridge. The ducks will race down the Susquehanna River, competing for cash prizes.
If you're looking for a new furry family member, the Humane Society's adoptable animals will also make an appearance at the Duck Derby.
Want to adopt a duck? Follow this link to get started. Note that all duck adoption proceeds go directly to the Broome County Humane Society, a non-profit organization, and so your adoption fee is tax deductible.
If you'd like to learn more about the Broome County Humane Society's 2018 Duck Derby, or if you'd like to learn how you can be a vendor, reach out to Kim Broderick at The Humane Society by phone, (607) 724-3709 ext. 107 or by email, email@example.com.