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Page 4  •  Frontier Day  •  Supplement to the Alvin Advertiser  •  April 24, 2019

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Frontier Day to celebrate Alvin’s heritage for 45th time By David Rupkalvis Publisher Alvin’s oldest and one of its most popular festivals will be returning in a few weeks when Frontier Day kicks off for the 45th time. Hosted by the Alvin Rotary Club, Frontier Day celebrates

Alvin’s heritage with a weekend of activities, games, music, a parade and much more. Frontier Day will kick off Thursday, April 25, and run through Saturday, April 27, with activities at National Oak Park and throughout downtown Alvin. After dropping out at the last minute in 2018, the always-

popular carnival is expected to return this year. Housed at the Stanton’s parking lot, the carnival will open Thursday and run throughout the weekend. There will be all-ride passes available throughout Frontier Day. “The carnival is back,” said Scott Helpenstill, the president of See FRONTIER, page 5