July 15, 2017 • 4 -10pm
Pierce Township Park, 961 Locust Corner Road
ParkFest is a family-friendly and pet-friendly event with fun activities for the entire family!
Kicking off the event at 4 pm will be a vintage baseball game between the Moscow Monarchs and the Hall of Fame Club. Bring your lawn chair and plan to be there early so you catch all of the excitement! Take a look at the awesome cars and bikes in the Custom Car & Bike Show while you listen to the rhythms of Steel Drum Dave. Then cap off the evening with live music from The Gamut band. Enjoy cuisine from local food vendors and ice-cold craft beer. There will plenty of kids activities as well as nature hikes on the Park Trails. Plan to bring your dog – we’ll be hosting doggie games where you can win prizes for your dog or try to win a custom-made dog bed in the dog bed raffle. Be sure to stop at the American Legion Post 773 tent and play a game or two of Big 6 (the American Legion is donating all proceeds from the event’s Big 6 game to the Neediest Kids Fund) or try winning the pot in Split-the-Pot. Plus, there will be plenty of great Raffle Items to bid on in the raffle tent. Everyone is welcome – adults, kids as well as well-behaved, fully-vaccinated pets.
“We have a great park in the Pierce Township Park and we are working hard to make it a place the community can be proud of,” says Doug Dresie, the Pierce Township Parks & Nature Spaces Committee Member. “ParkFest is an annual fundraiser for the park with plenty of activities, where families can enjoy themselves and at the same time help to raise money for park improvements such as public restrooms, a permanent entertainment stage, and an off-leash dog park.”
The Park Committee is looking for sponsors for the event as well as raffle item donations. If you’d like to be a sponsor or donate an item, please contact Doug Dresie at firstname.lastname@example.org or George Carpenter at email@example.com. We will also in need of volunteers both before and during the event. If you’d like to help, there are plenty of opportunities still available, please contact Doug, our volunteer coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.