Labor Day picnic returns for another year

August 27, 2017 by  

The Morrisville Labor Day Picnic is taking place next month in Morrisville.

The festival, which is organized by Mayor Dave Rivella, has much to offer for all residents of Morrisville. There will be musical entertainment and dance performances by groups such as Kalpulli Tlalhuitzilli, an Aztec dance group; guests are asked to bring their own chairs and blankets.

The 2nd annual baseball Labor Day Classic will be taking place, there will be a car show and kids will get to enjoy a free Moon Bounce ride.

As usual, there will be a number of vendors on hand to sell arts and crafts and general merchandise; several non-profit groups will also be there to provide information to the public.

The Cops ‘n’ Kids literacy program will be hosting some hands-on activities as well as handing out free books. Guests are also asked to donate used prom and bridesmaid dresses, shoes and jewelry to Cinderella’s Closet; items can be donated at Mayor Dave’s booth.

Everyone who attends will receive a free grab bag which will be filled with items such as business cards, coupons and informational brochures provided by Morrisville businesses.

The Morrisville Labor Day Picnic will be held at Williamson Park on September 4 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Contact Dave Rivella at 216-295-5030 to learn more about this annual event.