Building on our popular annual Memorial Day Weekend Summer Kickoff, we’ve extended the event to TWO FULL DAYS of LIVE music with 5 different blues bands, food, artists/crafters/vendors, farm market, fun and games, and a party saturday evening from 6-9pm!
Saturday, May 26 10am – 4pm: Farm Market, Food & Craft Vendors, Kids Games 12n – 1:30pm: Live Music – Friar’s Point Band 1:45 – 3:15pm: Live Music – The Parlor Cats 3:30 – 5:00pm: Live Music – The Dave Keyes Band 5:00pm: Brews & BBQ Begin! 6:00 – 9:00pm: Live Music – Shane Scarazzini & EightFingers
Sunday, May 27 10am – 4pm: Farm Market, Food & Craft Vendors, Kids Games 11:00am: Chicken BBQ 12 – 2pm: Live Music – The Slam Allen Band
Crafters and Artists Include:
Pottery Fiber Arts Steampunk/Industrial Lamps & Tables Tie Dye Button Art Lamps Pillows Jewelry Goat Milk Products Carved Gourds Carved Walking Sticks & Canes Paintings Felted Creatures & Ornaments Grass Reed Baskets Dreamcatchers Peace Pipes Wooden Lamps, Signs, Home Decor & Crafts Twigwork Metal Work Soaps & Lotions Painting Kits Needlepoint Papercuts Primitive Home Décor Hand Crocheted Items Horsehair Bracelets Woodburning Rustic, Repurposed Home Décor Chocolate Lollipops Crocheted Items Spices
Food Pavilion All day Saturday and Sunday: Chicken spiedies, sausage & peppers, hamburgers & hotdogs, walking tacos, strawberry shortcake, ice cream sandwiches, and baked goods galore! Saturday night block party with Chris Evanitsky serving up a slammin BBQ for partygoers — with slow smoked brisket, pulled pork, “Hog Wild Fries” and “Udderly Crazy Fries” — Chris’ own recipe of fries topped with brisket bits, deep fried pickles, and a creamy horseradish sauce! Roscoe Beer Company will be there with some amazing local craft beers, and on Sunday, picnic at The Square with everyone’s favorite Chicken BBQ!
Visit our Facebook Page for up-to-the-minute details and photos of some of the fine craftsmanship you’ll see at the event!
This event is made possible through the generosity of Tompkins Bluestone, Millennium Pipeline, and the O’Connor Foundation.
We’ll see you on The Square! WOOT!