The ever popular Western New York Dairy/Ag Festival is being held this year on the grounds of the Springville-Griffith Institute’s High School at 290 North Buffalo Street in Springville.
The new location gives this family oriented festival more space, convenience and parking for the thousands of visitors making their way from around the region to enjoy this three-day event, said Joan Taylor, the Festival’s chairperson.
This year’s festival theme is Agriculture – Past, Present & Future. New and antique farm equipment and classic cars will be on display, old and new farming techniques will be demonstrated, a farm-related organization’s will be on hand, and dozens of kid’s farm activities and competitions will take place. This year, everybody’s favorite petting zoo features alpacas, calves, goats and even a camel.
Featured attractions include fireworks, a 1.5 hour parade, Springville’s largest arts and crafts show, amusement rides for kids of all ages, two days full of live music, a huge food court and farm tours. There will also be pizza and ice cream-eating contests, bed races, pedal tractor races, a “dairy ducky derby” and a costumed-pet parade.
Please note: this is a non-alcoholic beverage event.
For more information, including a list of all events and times, visit www.wnydairyagfest.com