Last day of April tomorrow and since it is the month that is known for April showers, let them end.

And just in time for a Spring celebration to take place at Penobscot Pour House on Larkin Street at Main Street in Bangor.

The event is called Penobscot Pour House Patio Spring Celebration.

It is tomorrow, Saturday the 30th, from 1 pm until 5 pm.

Courtesy Matt Brann
Courtesy Matt Brann
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To celebrate spring, it is a free BBQ on the patio at Penobscot Pour House.

Courtesy Matt Brann
Courtesy Matt Brann
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Also see the pictured race car and the driver, Donny Blanchard. #77 will be racing at opening day at Speedway 95 the following Saturday, May 7th.

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And Donny will be racing #77 at Oxford Plains Speedway in their nationally televised race in August.

Bring the family.  Get a photo of the car, and of Donny.  And who knows, maybe an autograph too.

Pour House will be providing prizes and giveaways all afternoon.

Matt Brann from Penobscot Pour House when asked about the event said

We want to give back to our guests, and celebrate the arrival of Spring, as we reopen our patio.  Also, since we sponsor local race car driver Donny Blanchard, we have invited him and his #77 car, so he can show off the car in an up-close setting. How often do people get a chance to get that close to a race car?

Sounds like some fun, and some free food and who knows you might win a prize as spring is celebrated, outside.

Kids and Dogs friendly too. Happy last day of April.

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