It's Richmondville's Days this weekend


This coming weekend belongs to Richmondville.
It will be Richmondville Days, with events running Friday through Sunday on the theme ‘Once Upon a Time.’
On Friday at 4pm, there will be a ribbon-cutting for St. Paul’s Lutheran Church’s new parking lot.
Also at 4pm, there’s a chicken barbecue at the Richmondville Firehouse.
Saturday is the big day, starting with a pancake breakfast at St. Paul’s and coffee at the firehouse, both at 7am.
Also in the morning will be a pie sale at St. Paul’s, DJ Eric Haley at the firehouse, and a bake sale at the United Methodist Church.
At 10am, the parade will march from Mill Street to the lower entrance of Radez School.
Richmondville Mayor Carl Warner will cut the ribbon on TREP$ Marketplace at Radez. TREP$ is a Cobleskill-Richmondville after-school program that teaches business skills, and students will be selling their products.
Also at 11, there will be a dunking booth and a birds of prey demonstration, both at Radez.
Starting at 11am, there will be a cruise-in at the high school.
Tours of the historic Bunn Mill will run from noon to 3:30pm.
There will be a cornhole tournament at the firehouse at 1; also at 1, there will be a ice cream social sponsored by Christian Community Church of Faith next to the firehouse.
Professional storyteller Lona Bartlett will perform stories of folk and fairy tales and also historical stories of Corporal James Tanner at Bunn Mill.
Also at the Mill, there will be a lasagna dinner at 4:30.
At 7pm, the band III Reasons Y will perform behind Radez, where there will also be food vendors.
Fireworks will touch off at 9pm behind Radez. For a small donation, there’s parking at RVES for the fireworks.
On Sunday, there will be a pancake breakfast at the firehouse starting at 8am.
At 11am, Christian Community Church of Faith will host an ecumenical church service.
The Richmondville Historical Society will give tours of Bunn Mill starting at noon.