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Chamber on the Go: Cynthia Cutright, Director, Port Huron Downtown Development Authority

Thelma Castillo, President & CEO of the Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce speaks with the director of the Port Huron Downtown Development Authority, Cynthia Cutright.

Cynthia shares everything happening in downtown Port Huron, “If you haven’t been downtown since the pandemic, you don’t know downtown anymore.”

Cynthia talks about all the activities in the downtown community, upcoming events, and the variety of small businesses to choose from. Shop Rock ‘N’ Stroll offers the opportunity to shop local while musicians play all around downtown. Art Hop brings out local talented artists to display their artwork in downtown establishments. Sweets Stroll involves local bakers for an evening of sweet treats and live music to enjoy, which will take place on June 4th from 5 – 8 pm in downtown Port Huron.

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Blue Water Fest will also take place this July, which will have boats lined up from bow to stern along the Black River with live music to enjoy. Cynthia mentions updates to the downtown area and things you may have missed like the colorful lights attached to the 7th and 10th street bridges.

For more information about what’s happening in downtown Port Huron visit their Facebook page, facebook.com/downtownporthuron.

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