RIVER HERITAGE DAY 2021
October 16, 2021
9am to 4pm
Washington Boro Community Park
Lots going on all day. The Penn Manor FFA Tractor Pull competition, the Kiddle Pedal Tractor Pull, Jess & the Reptile Sanctuary presentation, Mr. Balloony, loads of children's activities (hayrides, barrel train, etc), craft displays, flea market vendors, and the Circle Legacy Center will be offering fascinating demonstrations and crafts. As I said, a lot happening. It all takes place at the Washington Boro Community Park at the intersection of Routes 441 & 999.
If you're interested in free exhibit space (for those with antique equipment, historic collections, etc), contact Doug Kramer: 717.808.4413 / email@example.com. If you're an artisan, craftsperson, or have curiosities to sell, let Charles Douts know: 717.684.9542 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to our wonderful sponsors for their generous support: Arcing Rod & Gas, RETTEW, Turkey Hill, Interiors, RS Hollinger & Sons, Slaymaker Electric, R&B Line Opening Services, Quality Machine Repair, and LASA.
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July 9, 2022
TOMATO FESTIVAL 2022
As mid-summer approaches, it means one thing... The Tomato Festival. So, consider this a 'Save the Dates' for this year's installment of a wonderful annual event. Bands have yet to be sorted but, when we find out, we'll share that with you.
Times shown here may change and, if they do, we'll let you know. As usual, it all takes place in the Washington Boro Community Park at the intersection of Routes 441 & 999.
The writer and humorist, Lewis Grizzard once said, "It's difficult to think anything but pleasant thoughts while eating a homegrown tomato."
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