phpLRFMpRPM.jpgIf you see a sea of yellow in the East River tomorrow, don't fret, it's just the thousands and thousands of rubber duckies floating to the finish line. Racing from the Brooklyn Bridge to South Street Seaport in the annual Million Dollar Duck Race, the event will help raise money for the Special Olympics New York branch, and there are still ducks up for adoption! They're still short on their 25,000 duck goal, so why not put your name on a few? The race takes under 90 minutes, and the official rules state that "once the ducks are launched, they are on their own. No attempt to interfere or free any duck is permitted." Live entertainment begins at 11:30 a.m., and the ducks shove off at 6 sharp. Check out some photos from last year's race, when one lucky duck met Marty Markowitz (pictured).