Whitesboro Bicentennial 1813-2013 – Celebrations Held June 9-15
The village of Whitesboro is celebrating its bicentennial this year and the local DPW crews recently strung this banner across Main Street near Clinton Street across from the village park and historic Whitestown Town Hall.
Listed on the village of Whitesboro website:
Worship Service, 10:00 AM
“As We Did It in 1813″ at the Whitesboro Presbyterian Church located at the corner of Elm and Main Street.
Bicentennial Parade, 1:30 PM
Led by our Grand Marshal, Margaret Stephenson, the Parade begins at Watkins Street and travels along Main Street to the Village Green.
Following the Parade, there will be a special ceremony with special music and community leaders to unveil a new monument in our Village Green.
Farmers Market, 3-7 PM
Special events at our weekly Market in the Village Green will include: Music by Strung Sideways from 3:30-6:30, Community Display from 2nd grade Students at Westmoreland Road Elementary School, Historical Displays hosted by the Whitesboro Historical Society.
Strawberry Social, 4-6 PM
Whitesboro Presbyterian Church located at the corner of Elm and Main Street. Also serving hot dogs and hamburgs and period games for children.
Concert in the Park, 6-9 PM
Musical performance by One Sweet World in the Village Green. Historical Displays hosted by the Whitesboro Historical Society
Self-Guided Walking Tour, 1-4 PM
Start at Whitesboro Presbyterian Church (corner of Elm & Main Street) or Village Municipal Building (10 Moseley Street). Walking tour includes stops at the Whitesboro Presbyterian Church, the Babbit House, Town Hall, Dunham Library, Erie Canal Park and the Whitesboro Historical Society.
Whitesboro Historical Society Open House, 1-4 PM
Located upstairs at 10 Moseley Street. Early artifacts and displays will be available to view.
Whitesboro Presbyterian Church, Open House, 1-4 PM
Located at the corner of Elm and Main Street.
Dunham Public Library
Open all day with early displays for viewing.