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2019 Celebrate Commemorate Parade May 25th

Waterloo Remembers

Some Suggested Parade Etiquette for those attending

Parade Co-Chair – Sarah Smolinski    315.745.9928    sarahemcmaster@yahoo.com
Parade Co-Chair – Nicole Hunsberger 315-719-5247.

The parade will line up at 10:30 a.m. and step out promptly at 11 a.m. for the march down Main Street.


Slideshow of the 2018 Parade

Freedom Parade

This year’s honor float in the Freedom Parade pays tribute to our men and women who have served.  Come watch the Romulus Girl Scouts come together to carry a large flag down main street in honor of all military men and women who have served and are still serving.  We welcome anyone who would like to join us in this great opportunity.

A float by Girl Ccout Troop 60562 will honor all veterans.  Any Vet who would like to ride on the float is invited to call Sarah Smolinski at 315-745-9928 or Nicole Hunsberger at 315-719-5247.

Veterans will follow in cars, motorcycles and especially buses from the VA hospital in Canandaigua.  Those who want to drive their own cars must have at least three people in the vehicle.  Following the parade, vets will be hosted at a chicken barbecue lunch at the VFW.  Please RSVP to Karen Lewis at 315-651-9513 to allow the VFW to plan for enough food.

Groups that have been in the parade before, know what fun it can be.  Once again, there will be divisions for military and officials; youth organizations, schools and families; churches, senior citizens and organizations; and vehicles.  The Civil War and American Revolutionary War re-enactors will have a “parade within a parade.” Watch for special “dignitaries” in this year’s parade including US President Abe Lincoln, Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman.  The very popular Hit Men Brass Band will join Downbeat Percussion, Mighty St. Joe’s Alumni Drum & Bugle Corps, the Waterloo Central School Band and the Finger Lakes Pipes & Drums in the lineup this year.

Bring your chair and wave a flag to honor our vets and community stars!

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Food, Food, Food for Everyone!

 At 4pm on Saturday May 25th:
Patriot Pizza Eating Contest sponsored by Ciccinos Pizzeria!

Food-Tents

 FOOD CONCESSIONS: 

* Chicken BBQ’s by K&R Catering:
Saturday, Waterloo in Bloom & Sunday, Waterloo Rotary
* Celebrate Committee Food Booth – featuring Hamburgs – Hot Dogs
    Hot Sausage & Ciccino’s Pizza, soda, water
* Dar’s Delights – Home Made Ice Cream
* 1st Presbyterian Church – assorted pies, coffee, bottled water, ice cream for
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* Riblicious bbq – 
pulled pork bbq
* Cayuga Lake Creamery – Ice Cream
G & G concessions – Hawaiian Shaved Ice & Cinnamon Roasted Nuts
* Dandy Sandy Sweets – Frozen Cheesecake on a stick
* Summertime Bliss – 
lobster roll, clambake
* MaMa Bear Concessions – Fried Dough, Lemonade & French Fries
* Pack 81  – Concessions on Oak Island

For more information please contact:
Conrad Struzik- 315-246-3041
email: Castruzik@gmail.com

The culinary tent is being organized by the Cornell Cooperative Extension. Stop by and see what’s cooking!

BREAKFAST BUFFETS:

Rise and shine on Celebrate/Commemorate weekend with breakfasts
at the
American Legion and VFW

On Saturday morning, May 25th, a buffet breakfast will be served from 7:00 to 10:00 am at the Legion home at 1 E. Williams St. The menu includes scrambled eggs, meat, fruit cup, toast, juice, coffee and that Army staple, chipped beef on toast.
On Sunday morning, May 26th,  Waterloo Memorial Post 6433 VFW will serve breakfast from 8 to 11 a.m. at the post home on East Elisha Street. The menu includes scrambled eggs, home fries, pancakes, sausage, bacon, fruit cup, toast, juice and coffee.

Schedules – Applications – Maps available

If you are looking for a Schedule of Events, Event Map or 5k Race Map, or need an  Application for an event or wish to be a vendor, please visit this link.

Schedules, Applications, Maps, etc.

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The Hit Men

Saturday May 25th 12:00 – 12:20 pm
Lafayette Park Stage

Come & join us for a great show in LaFayette Park following their performance in the Celebrate Commemorate Parade at 11:00 am!

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The Hit Men are a group of good fellas who come together from all parts of the New York area. They provide a performance that combines both the musical and the theatrical. Their show stopping demeanor means they provide the best entertainment around. Look around the site, and if you see what you like get a hold of us. If not then we’ll take care of yah. hitmen

The boating experience that should not be missed!

Depart Oak Island, Waterloo, aboard the Seneca Lake Reel Tours, a 50-foot catamaran, and travel down the Cayuga-Seneca Canal passing through the Waterloo lock and descending 15 feet.

Drinks and snacks available for purchase.  Bathroom on board.

Boat departs at 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm Saturday and Sunday. Pre-sale tickets from Stivers Seneca Marine 315-789-5520  bstivers1@hotmail.com

Tickets will also be available for purchase prior to departure. Tickets: Adults $15.00 & Children $10.00 (ages 10 and up).

Taste of Seneca Culinary Tent

“The Culinary tent is a great resource to learn about foods grown and produced locally in Seneca County and the surrounding Finger Lakes area,” said CCE Executive Director Ave Bauder. “The public is invited to taste delicious samples, while getting new recipes and nutrition tips.

Saturday will feature local chefs and restaurants offering taste samples
and Sunday will offer a Jr. Iron Chef Competition.  Check it out.

 

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For a complete list of events at our Culinary Tent, go to our website at: www.senecacountycce.org