Lancaster Water Week is bigger than just a week.
The sixth annual Water Week will run for nine days this year, from Friday, June 3, through Saturday, June 11.
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Water Week events involve a mix of education, waterway cleanup and recreation. For a full schedule, visit www.lancasterwaterweek.org
Most events are free, but registration is recommended as space is often limited.
Hosted by the Lancaster Conservancy with support from numerous sponsors, Water Week celebrates the 1,400 miles of rivers and streams throughout Lancaster County, which provide residents with drinking water and recreation opportunities and support the area's agricultural industry.