Carson Vasile, 3, (right) and Carson Bell, 5, enjoy one of the rides at the Jordan Fall Festival last year. This year's festival is set to take over Beaver Street Friday through Sunday.
More than 400 volunteers are hard at work to ensure that this year’s Jordan Fall Festival is just as good as, if not better than, the last.
On the menu
The following menu items are available all weekend long.
Ice cream floats
The 66th annual Fall Festival will run from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday on Beaver Street and feature an array of free entertainment, amusement rides, an antique tractor and engine show, a used book sale, greased pole climbs, soul food and much, much more.
Proceeds from the event go to the Jordan Community Council, which disperses funds to local non-profit organizations such as the Jordan Pool, the food pantry and the Scouts.
Festival parking and admission are both free. For more information, visit jordanny.com.
11 AM – 1 PM: Fish fry lunch (reopens at 5 PM for the weekend)
5 PM: Festival grounds open
5 – 9 PM: Tim Burns and Two Hour Delay
9 PM: Festival closes until Saturday
9 AM: Antique Tractor and Engine Show
10 AM: Festival grounds open; pumpkin painting; child and seniors Masons free ID program
11 AM – 3 PM.: Hayrides on the canal towpath
11:30 AM: Parky the Clown and Friends; Youth Soccer Challenge competition
Noon: Chicken BBQ ‘til gone
2 PM: J-E Marching Eagles
5 – 9 PM: International guitar duo Loren Barrigar and Mark Mazengarb
9 PM: Festival closes until Sunday
8 AM: Pancake breakfast ‘til gone; Car, Bike n’ Truck Show registration
9 AM: Ecumenical church service
11 AM: Festival grounds open; kids greased pole cross
Noon: Chicken BBQ ‘til gone; J-E Community Band; Car, Bike n’ Truck Show
1 PM: Greased pole climb
3 PM: Four on the Floor
4 PM: Grand prize drawing; Car, Bike n’ Truck Show awards
5 PM: Festival closes until 2013