While Port Huron celebrated Blue Water Fest, the city of Croswell enjoyed The Croswell Swinging Bridge Festival. The festival attracted kids and families to Riverbend Park in Croswell for three days of parades, cardboard boat races, fireworks, games and entertainment. The Croswell Swinging Bridge is the only pedestrian suspension bridge in Michigan. It was built in 1905 at an original cost of $300. It spans 139 feet. The original bridge had just two cables which were provided by Michigan Sugar Company and were used to support the planks. In August of 2006, all 128 planks were replaced . The event which ran July 19th through the 21st, included magic shows kids games – a fishing contest rides – a car cruise and photo and drawing contests.