Duck Sign
 
Jayla speaking alex on playground Young girl sarah
Your Grand Pack allows Jayla to participate in the Youth of the Year leadership program Your Quack Pack provides tutoring to Club members like Alex Your Single Duck provides healthy snacks for Sarah

EVENT INFORMATION

WHAT:
  • The 19th Annual Rubber Duck Derby benefits over 5,600 local kids served by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County each year. With after school, sports, and summer programs, the Club uses out-of-school time to engage youth in activities that increase their chances for academic success, a healthy lifestyle, good character & citizenship, and overall a great future.
  • Rubber Duck Derby Race – it’s the “must see" event when 20,000 rubber ducks, sporting fashionable sunglasses, will be cast into Lake Lanier. These rubber ducks, which have been adopted by supporters of the fundraiser, will then race toward the finish line, to win great prizes for their adoptive parents. Hall County Sheriff’s Office representatives will monitor the race. Official race CPAs will certify the results.
  • Duck Fest– ALL NEW THIS YEAR! After the ducks race, join us across the street at Lake Lanier Olympic Park as we celebrate Cinco de Mayo with the Fly Betty Band, cold drinks from Tap It, and delicious food trucks! Admission is $5.

WHEN:
Friday, May 5
  • 5:30pm - Rubber Duck Derby begins - come cheer your ducklings on!
WHERE:
  • Lake Lanier Olympic Center at Clarks Bridge Park
  • 3105 Clarks Bridge Road, Gainesville, GA 30506
HOW:
  • Single Duck Adoption - $5 donation, one racing duck will be adopted in your name and entered into the race.
  • Quack Pack - $25 donation will insure six (5 & 1 free) fleet ducklings to be entered into the race for an increased chance to win.
  • Grand Pack - $100 donation - best bang for your duck gets you 25 ducks (20 & 5 free)


 

QUICK INFO:

What:
Watch 20,000 rubber ducks race to the finish to win great prizes for their adoptive parents.

When:
May 5, 2017
Duck Fest : 6pm - 10pm
Duck Race : 5:30 pm

Where:
Lake Lanier Olympic Park
3105 Clarks Bridge Road

Why:
To ensure that all young people, especially those who need us most, realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.

Come Join the Fun!

ALL NEW THIS YEAR!
Watch 20,000 rubber ducks drop into Lake Lanier to race for great prizes and then join us for Duck Fest to celebrate Cinco de Mayo!

Come to the tower at Lake Lanier Olympic Park to see the Fly Betty Band and other artists in concert while you enjoy delicious dishes served by food trucks and cold beverages served by Tap It!