Festival Schedule for July 9-11

*Reynoldsville’s 7th Annual Red, White, & Blueberry Festival – July 9-11
All events in the downtown

Visit the Maxim Berry Farm (624 Haines Ridge Road) and the Blueberry Hill Farm (10160 Route 322) throughout the day for blueberries and other specials. The Blueberry Hill Farm will not be open but will be u-pick for free.

Check out our Visitors center from 10-4 Saturday. July 10, at the Reynoldsville Historical Society.  Maps for the Community Yard Sale scheduled for July 16-17 will be available there and on goreynoldsville.com

Friday, July 9
6:30 pm Fireman’s Bingo at the Reynoldsville Volunteer Fire Company on Jackson St.
7 – 10:30pm Rollerskating at the Reynoldsville Rollerdrome $5.00
8:30 p.m. Free Outdoor Movie sponsored by Snyder-d’Argy Funeral Home at the funeral home parking lot.
Friday night and Saturday: Autism and Special Needs Fundraiser at Reynlow Park
Saturday, July 10**
Sat 8-11am: Blueberry Pancake Breakfast at Masonic Lodge on 4th St. $5, $2 children 6 & under. Prepared & served by Mason volunteers and Boy Scout Troop 72. Benefits the Red, White & Blueberry Festival.
8am- 6pm: Walmart Truckload Sale at Jeff Tech to benefit the Reynoldsville Pool.
8:30am- Noon: Farmer’s Market
10am: Race for Reynoldsville: Starts behind the Fire Hall
10am- Sidewalk chalk drawing contest in front of Farmers National Bank on Main Street
11am-1pm- Chips and water table in front of S & T Bank
10am- ?  Craft and Vendor Fair in the downtown
11am-3pm Elk Burgers in front of the Reynoldsville Elks 517
11am-sold out: Reynoldsville VFD Chicken BBQ
11am- 1pm: Book signing in front of the library with Peggy Zortman, author of Chase Reports: Tale of the Biscuit Bush. Chase the dog will also make an appearance.
12pm- Flag Ceremony and retirement of used flags at the Veterans Memorial Park with Reynoldsville American Legion and Boy Scout Troop 72.
2pm Children’s Bike Parade by Viking Refrigeration begins at Kunselman Park. Awards for cutest, prettiest, best red, white, and blue, muddy/outdoor, best overall girl, and best overall boy.
2- 4pm- Sampling and adult slushies at Downtown Distributors
2:45pm Children’s Blueberry Pie Eating Contest in front of the Historical Society Building sponsored by Mike’s BiLo
3pm- Mancuso’s Restaurant’s Red, White & Blueberry Specials!
Come on in and wet your whistle with Ellicottville’s finest Blueberry Wheat Ale on Tap! Plus check out their other Blueberry Specials!
3 pm Announcements, awards, and a visit from Danielle (Kaizer) Bonura, Mrs. Pennsylvania International. Main Stage behind the Veterans Memorial Park.
4–6pm Buffalo Burgers near the Main Stage by the John Read Masonic Lodge.
4–10pm Adult Beer Garden by DuBois Area Jaycees
4:00–5:15pm Music: Rickie Frantz
5:45–7:15pm Music: Harmony Hot Haus
7:30-9pm Music: Ellen Starski and her band
7pm Race at Hummingbird Speedway off Route 950
7:30pm- 10:30pm- Rollerskating at the Reynoldsville Rollerdrome $5.00
9:45pm Fireworks sponsored by O’Bryon Medical & Eye Associates. Seating on the park bleachers
After the fireworks: Join Paranormal 1 at the Ryan Law Offices for some investigatory fun.
Sunday, July 11
10:30am Church in the Park at the Pavilion, 4th St & Deitz Alley
11:30am Free Ice Cream sundaes at the Pavilion sponsored by Plum-Hollow Dairy Farm, Reynoldsville, and Sarah’s Soft Serve
11am Summer Market Fair at Reynlow Park
9am-?- Walmart Truckload Sale at Jeff Tech to benefit the Reynoldsville Pool.
1-5pm Free Swim at Reynoldsville Pool with Brandon DJ
2pm American Cancer Society Duck Derby on the Sandy Lick Creek
6pm Saint Mary’s Bingo

July 16 and 17: Community Yard Sale

*This schedule will be updated as the festival approaches

** Also on Saturday:
–Mancuso’s Restaurant’s Red, White & Blueberry Specials!
Come on in and wet your whistle with Ellicottville’s finest Blueberry Wheat Ale on Tap! Plus check out their other Blueberry Specials!
–Peaceful Day Community will feature blueberry tea tasting and sales; Crescent Moon Curiosities; Big Papa’s Roasted P-Nuts; St. Laurent Pottery.
–Rita Barr Bake Goods will be inside Roses on Main.