Sorry! Online adoptions are closed. To adopt ducks call the "Duck Line" 770-656-2527
or you can adopt ducks at the Rubber Duck Derby Festival at Clarks Bridge Park on May 4, 2013,
10 am - 2:30 pm. Duck Race will be held at 3 pm.
15th Annual Rubber Duck Derby to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County.
By adopting ducks you are supporting programs and services for over 5,500 youth, ages 6-18.
Our organization enriches the lives of girls and boys that other youth agencies fail to reach.
We are dedicated to ensuring that young people, who are most in need of our help,
have access to quality programs and services that prepare them to be productive, responsible adults.
Rubber Duck Derby Race – it’s the “must see"
event when 16,000 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.
- FREE Admission – Family Event
Duck Fest– FREE Admission - Family Event with vendors, arts & crafts, jewelry, pottery, kids’ games, bounce houses, entertainment, food, health screenings, and much more!
Saturday, May 4
10 am to 4 pm – Duck Fest – free family festival with exhibits and vendors
3:00 pm– Rubber Duck Derby begins – come cheer your ducklings on!
- Lake Lanier Olympic Center at Clarks Bridge Park
- 3105 Clarks Bridge Road, Gainesville, GA 30506
Come Join the Fun!
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)
Free Admission - Family Event
The Duck Fest is a festival including arts, crafts, jewelry, pottery, bounce houses, carnival games, face painting, live entertainment, great food, Health screenings and much more!
Watch 16,000 rubber ducks race to the finish to win great prizes for their adoptive parents.
May 4, 2013
Duck Fest - 10 am - 4 pm
Duck Race - 3 pm
Clarks Bridge Park
3105 Clarks Bridge Road
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!
Free Admission - Family Event!
The Duck Fest is a festival including arts, crafts, jewelry, pottery, bounce houses,
carnival games, face painting, live entertainment, great food, health screenings and much more!