Come one, come all and have a ball at Elverson Day in the Park!
On Saturday June 28 come and join us for a day of fun, food and music at Livingood Park in Elverson. The event will begin at 4 p.m. with the National Anthem performed by Patrick Morrow. The day will feature adult and children’s activities, a variety of music and food and end with fireworks at dark.
Between 4 – 6 p.m. a special program, “The Elverson Historical Quiz,” will take place. All who participate will answer questions. Most of the answers will be found at Livingood Park. Individuals and teams are welcome to enter. Those who complete the quiz successfully will receive a prize. A timed tie-breaker will be held at 6 PM to determine the grand prize winner who will win an Elverson History Book. Secondary winners will receive an older Elverson calendar with the town’s historical photos.
4 p.m. The Cripple Creek Gang – Music
Twin Valley Fire Department vs. Honey Brook Fire Department Softball Game
Pipper the Clown who will delight children with her balloon animals
Lowe’s Children’s Woodshop
Exotic Animal Display - Alison Ueland will showcase African Crested Porcupines, African Bullfrogs, Tarantulas, a Chinchilla and Snakes and other animals.
Face, Hair and Nail Painting for Children
4:30, 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. Kids Zumba
5 p.m. Bicycle Parade (Patriotic Theme) Registration at the Information Booth near the Pavilion.
5:15 p.m. “Johnny Cash” Barnett and Ring of Fire Band
7 p.m. West Chester Concert Band, then fireworks.
For those interested in food and refreshments ~ Capt’n Dick’s BBQ will offer pulled pork sandwiches and roasted chicken, Moore’s Fries will sell their French fries, Kay’s Kitchen will have hamburgers and hotdogs, Dana’s Cuisine will present Cheese steaks, Cuban Sandwiches, Stuffed Mushrooms and Mozzarella Sticks and Lickity Split can complete your meal with Ice Cream Cones, Sundaes and Milk Shakes.
If you would like to contribute to our fireworks display, please contact Esther Prosser firstname.lastname@example.org or call 484-269-7153. Our local businesses have generously supported this event and we would like to add to the fund so the day will end with a truly spectacular display. No monetary amount is too small.
Bring your lawn chairs and blankets to relax and enjoy a day of free activities and music. The rain date is Sunday, June 29.