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Riverton Park hosted a block party on Wednesday, May 22 from 3 to 5 PM for the residents and their families. The event featured a live music DJ, fun activities for the kids, and a Healthy Living Informational Fair. Among the kid activities were offerings of cotton candy, popcorn, and shaved ice; face painting, make your own slime or modeling clay, and planting seeds after decorating your own planter. The Goulet Foundation with their Love Your Brain campaign was present fitting free bicycle helmets, providing a healthy dose of brain injury awareness. University of Maine Extension program promoted healthy gardening practices with seedling and seed packets. Greater Portland Metro distributed bus schedules and encouraged the use of public transportation. There was even a table offering recipes on how to make your own healthy cleaning products for the home and demonstrations on how to prepare healthy snacks. It was a fun afternoon for all to enjoy.