August 30, 2012 —
DEBRUCE, NY — “Cars, Crafts & Country” are coming to the DeBruce Labor Day Parade on Monday, September 3. For the third year in a row, the festivities will benefit the Livingston Manor Free Library.
The gathering begins at 10 a.m., with the parade starting at 11 a.m. The parade will feature floats, The MountainTones Marching Band, Farmer Jim and His Clan, the antique “Parksville” fire truck and over 50 antique cars. The party will include entertainment by Lorena the Flamenco Dancer, Rainbow Fire Hoops, Kelly Curtis Juggling & Face Painting and Balloon Art by the Balloon-a-tic.
Highlighting the entertainment this year is music with D.J. Frankie Carr and performances by Sullivan County artists Little Sparrow and Somerville. There will also be hayrides, pony rides and a colossal book sale. Visit with local author/illustrator Rob Rayevsky, who will have autographed books and art prints for sale.
Lunch items for sale will be provided by volunteers from the Livingston Manor Free Library, and additional food items will be available from Flour Power Bakery, Early Bird Cookery Ice Cream and the Rolling River Café,
The festivities will be located at 21 Goff Rd., DeBruce, Exit 96 off Route 17, five miles east of Livingston Manor. Call 845/439-5440.