Beaver Street in the village of Jordan is the place to be over the weekend of Sept. 18, 19 and 20. The 63rd Jordan Fall Festival will open Friday Sept. 18 at 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday Sept. 19, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday Sept. 20, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Free admission, free lighted parking with free shuttle service and free entertainment are a few reasons to head to Jordan. Great food at great prices. Chicken bbq, fresh fish sandwich, hot dogs, ham & cheese on rye, home-made pies & donuts to name a few of the many delicious options.
Enjoy music by Gary Dunes Band, the Flyin' Column, and The Jam Bones. Parky the Clown will be on-site Saturday after pumpkin painting. The grueling Alpine Classic off-road Run is back this year. Registration forms are available on-line. Festival goers will find amusement rides, with a rides special on Sunday, games for children, and live reptiles, free child and senior identification program offered by the Jordan Masonic Lodge and much more.
Ever see a greased pole climb? You are in for a shock. Kids can sign up to participate in the greased pole climb.
Hop on stage and try-out your vocal skills during teen karaoke.
The arts & crafts show, held under cover of a tent is partially juried this year. This is the place to start your Christmas shopping. Continue shopping over to the Merchant's tent.
Get rev'd up Sunday at the 32nd Jordan Antique & Classic Car, Bike n' Truck Show. No more car classes. No more judges. A selection committee of volunteers will view each and every entry and come up with their favorites. Enjoy the sounds of Jerry-Cali all afternoon. Last year there were more than 400 entries. Preregistration forms are available on-line.
The Jordan Fall Festival is an annual fundraiser with more than 400 volunteers. Many of the volunteers work in the food booths. Proceeds help different organizations around the community. The Jordan-Elbridge Food Pantry, Senior Citizens, school groups, scout and others.
Great music, awesome food, all kinds of fun and entertainment. Come to Jordan Sept. 18, 19 and 20 and you'll find all this and more. Visit JordanNY.com for detailed schedule and registration forms.