Matthew Curtis drives headlong through an inflatable obstacle course at the first Soggy Day in the Park in 2018.
The Claggett Creek Watershed Council, a group dedicated to promoting water quality and wildlife habitat in the Claggett Creek watershed, will host its Soggy Day in the Park 2.0 event starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 20 at the Keizer Rapids Park.
The goal is to enjoy the day outdoors, regardless of the weather.
This event is free to the community and will have activities planned for adults and kids including a bounce house/obstacle course, boat rides on the Willamette, nature trail hikes, and more. Free hot dogs from Adam’s Ribs Smokehouse will also be available.