Admission includes “Whallonsburgers” and veggie burgers, side dishes featuring local vegetables, and a 100th birthday cake. There will also be frozen yogurt from North Country Creamery available for purchase, and the Grange Community Kitchen’s annual bake sale.
Music will be ongoing throughout the event, featuring Adirondack folk musician Dan Berggren, and including local musicians Russ Bailey, the Wannabes, and the Boquet River Theatre Festival performers. A farmers and crafters market will include fifteen vendors from the region, featuring produce, jams, sauces, pickles, granola bars, nursery tree saplings, jewelry, basketry, chimes, woodwork, pottery, glasswork, sewing and feltwork.
Local fire departments will be present to give truck tours and demonstrations to the children, and to organize The Big Squirt and fire hose soccer. Other children’s activities include games, mural making, sculpting, and cider pressing.
The Whallonsburg Civic Association will be selling commemorative T-shirts with a Grange centennial logo designed by local children’s author Steven Kellogg. The Association will also present a historical exhibit of memorabilia from the early decades of the Grange Hall, including speeches, letters, photos, and other memorabilia.
Admission is $7.50 for adults, $3.50 for children 6-12. Children under 6 are free.