|Let's Talk Strawberries!|
Saturday, June 21
9:00 am-4:00 pm
Front, Lake, Court, Church, Main, and part of North Avenue will be blocked during this time.
FESTIVAL PARADE 10:00-11:00 am Route starts at Main Street to Court to Front to Paige and back to Main.
Corner of Front & Church Street
“Second Class Citizens” 12:00-1:00
“Dirt Farm” 1:30-2:30
“Four Eye” 3:00-4:00
“String Band” 12:00-1:00
“Blue Sky Mission Club” 1:30-2:30
Lake Street-HSBC Parking Lot
Corner of Church and Main Streets
“Make It & Take It”-Kids Craft Booth All Day
Ross Park Zoo Mobile 12 noon-3:00 pm
Elks Emporium-Church Street
Antique & Craft Fair All Day
Rock Climbing Wall All Day
Miniature Train Ride All Day
Poppyland Puppet Band 12:30, 2:00, 3:30 pm
The Black Mountain Cloggers 11:00-12, 1:30-2 pm
Front Street-Court Street Bridge
Duck Derby-Sponsored by TCCA 4:00 pm
Draper Park-”Viva La Earth” Exhibits-Displays & talks to teach us how to save our Earth. All Day
At the Tioga County Historical Museum (Front Street)
Civil War Encampment, Demos, Games, Drawings, & More 10-4 pm
Strawberry Tea & Delectable Desserts 1 pm
SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 7:30-1:00 p.m.
Bassett Youth Foundation "Good Guy" Breakfast, Owego Elks Lodge, Front & Church Sts.
Sundaes at the Farm (Free Ice Cream Sundaes) at Moore Farms, Moore Hill Road, Nichols, featuring organic, grass-based dairy, and baby calves. 1-4 pm. Directions: Rt. 17, Exit 63. Turn toward Lounsbury Truck Stop. Take 1st right on Berry Road. At stop sign, turn left onto Hunt Creek Rd. Go up hill to 4 corners and make a right onto Moore Hill Road. The farm is about one mile on the left. Look for signs.
|The Festival Has Grown!|
|Strawberry Festival 2008 really grew! Wait to see what's in store for 2009! Check back often.|
|For accommodations and other things to see and do while you're in the Owego area, click here: www.visittioga.com