Enjoy Richmond's beautiful Canal Walk 

Cruise the Canal

Downtown Richmond's Canal Walk was not just made for walking. You can also enjoy scenic tours, a romantic Kanawha Cruise and riverfront concerts and festivals.

Experience the history of the canal and its surroundings during a narrated half-hour tour. Tour prices are $4 for adults and $3 for senior citizens and children 5-12.

Privately chartered boats are available for private, family or group functions. Or cruise the canal for two hours while enjoying dinner prepared by one of their approved caterers. Prices range from $55-$120.

How about a picnic on the river? The boat will travel up and down the canal for 30 minutes or an hour. Prices range from $20-$35.

Kanawha Cruises are available 11 a.m.-8 p.m. until June 1. After June 1, sail 9 a.m.-10 p.m. To schedule a cruise, contact Denise Taylor at 649-2800.

Riverfront/Canal Walk activities

Wednesday on the Waterfront
Every Wednesday, May 3-June 28. 5:30-8 p.m. Free.
Enjoy local musicians, food and drinks.

Riverfront Outdoor Movies
Every Thursday starting June 22. The fun starts at 7 p.m. with games, rides and music. The movie begins at dusk. Call 643-2826 for a complete listing.

Friday Cheers
Every Friday, June 2-Sept. 1 on Brown's Island at 7th and Tredegar. Free.

Richmond Juneteenth Festival 2000
June 24 from 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Gospel and live performances, children's activities, food and a fireworks display. For more information call Broderick X. Thomas Sr. at 343-2605.

The Big Gig
Richmond's Summer Musicfest! July 8-July 23. Sixteen days of big names and big

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