Town Common
July 3rd, 2010, 2:00 – 10:00 PM

2010 Summer Feast & Fire

Date: July 3rd, 2010, 2:00 – 10:00 PM Venue: Sturbridge Town Common with a Parade led by a Bag Pipe Contingent, originating at the Sturbridge Host Hotel and ending at the Town Common. • Parade: originating at the Sturbridge Host Hotel and ending at the Town Common consisting of the following: o GRAND MARSHALL’S: Senator Steve Brewer Representative Todd Smola BOS Chairman Ted Goodwin Sturbridge Town Administrator Shaun Suhoski Tantasqua School Committee Chairman Kathy Neal Sturbridge School Committee Chairman Katherine Alexander o Parade Mascot – Miss Piggy the Pot Bellied Pig o Police Escort o Fire Trucks from partnering communities o Ambulances o Military Vehicles o Tractors o Hay Ride Vehicles Chauffeuring Cub Scouts Brownies Little League Members And any children wanting to join the parade o Vintage Vehicles o Motorcycle Strike Force o Heavy Equipment Vehicles o Various Marching Contingents o Bag Pipe Contingent • Grand Picnic Buffet: * BBQ Ribs * Steak Tips * Hamburgers

* Hot Dogs * Boneless Chicken * Italian Sausage

* Assorted Cold Salads * Corn on the Cob * Desserts

o GRAND PICNIC BUFFET Vendors: Rovezzi’s, Publick House, Annie’s Country Kitchen, BT’s Smokehouse, & 420 Main Street donating all proceeds to the following local non-profit organizations: REAS Foundation TED Foundation Tantasqua Music Association Sturbridge Recreational Activities • Music: o Vocalists, Instrumentals, Bagpipers, Marching Band, Bluegrass, DJ’s, & Local “Garage Bands” • Entertainment Activities: o Town Crier, Dance Presentations, Specialty Presentations by local groups o Bounce House, Hot Air Balloon Vertical Rides, o Re-enactors, Firefighters Muster, Pie Judging Contests, Pitch-Blast Water Competition, Temporary Tattoos for Children, Spin-Art Machine. o Full Day gaming for families (i.e. sack/relay races, Dance-Offs, Ball Tosses, Ring Tosses, Tug-o-War, Hoola-Hoop Contests, etc.). o Flags & Glo-necklaces will be given to youth attendees. • Bonfire: A large Independence Day Ceremonial Bonfire - located behind the Public House - will cap the day’s events, while transitioning the celebration into an evening of musical enjoyment. • Non-profit Awareness Booths: Area non-profits will be on-hand to distribute information distribution and/or conduct fundraising for their specific organization. • Cost: Grand Picnic Buffet o $10.00 Adults o $5.00 Children o Listed activities/events beyond Grand Picnic Buffet are complimentary! DON’T FORGET YOUR LAWN CHAIRS & BLANKETS

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