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SUBMITTED by Joan Carey (7-Jun-2011)

Pultneyville Homecoming will be the event for everyone this year. Community friends and neighbors are asked to participate by decorating the hamlet and to show their colors on Homecoming Weekend with a display of as much Red, White and Blue on their homes or parade floats as possible.

The Antique Show with numerous vendors will be laid out in Centennial Park as it has been for the past 54 years. There is no gate fee for this. There will be wonderful displays from Ray Walvoord’s Antique Boat, Tom Dawes Air-Plane (both the boat and airplane were made in Pultneyville, NY by the owners) and Antique Cars.

The Pultneyville Methodist Church will be doing their annual activities which include a community auction at 1PM, and providing several venues of food throughout the day.

To begin all the events on Saturday, July 16, a Pancake Breakfast will be held at the Pultneyville Reformed Church Pavilion, starting at 8AM, and then also on Sunday morning before the community church service. For that Sunday morning worship, Rev. TenClay is organizing a choir to include anyone from the community interested in joining in for that day. There will be a choir practice before the 10AM service on Sunday morning in the pavilion behind the Pultneyville Reformed Church after the Pancake Breakfast. Everyone is invited to come and enjoy breakfast and worship with the Community on Sunday July 17, 2011 at the Pultneyville Reformed Church at 10:00 AM.

The 54th Pultneyville Homecoming is an annual community celebration held in Historic Pultneyville and will be on Fri. July 15, Sat. July 16 & Sun. July 17, 2011. Among other activities will be a parade, a Gilbert & Sullivan production at historic Gates Hall, a concert in Centennial park, and a sunfish regatta, along with many new events – a 5K race, a hole-in-one contest, pony rides and children’s games. Live music, an art show, wine-tasting, folk art and primitives are among a long list of things that can be enjoyed at local businesses in the immediate area.

For more information and a complete event listing, please visit the Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society’s website - www.w-phs.org.


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1 Comment to "Traditions and New Things at Homecoming"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Hope everyone tries to make the events this year at Homecoming! Lots of good things happening!!!

    Posted on Fri Jun 17, 07:14:00 AM EDT


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