Details for Community Day:
When: Saturday, Sept. 8, noon to 6pm (Rain Date: Sun. 9/9)
Where: Middle Smithfield Elementary School, 5180 Milford Rd, East Stroudsburg, PA 18302.
The Middle Smithfield Township Parks & Recreation and Economic Development Committees, together with the township, are co-hosting a Community Day, to be held on Saturday September 8 from noon to 6pm, at Middle Smithfield Elementary School in East Stroudsburg, PA. The rain date is Sunday September 9.
“This is a chance for residents to celebrate the township, enjoy a day out and see all that Middle Smithfield Township and the County has to offer”, said Parks and Recreation Director, Supervisor Mike Dwyer.
Residents can learn about what the area’s nonprofit organizations do for our community and how to get involved, and see what local businesses have to offer. Music will be provided by Chuck Seese from WSBG, Gary in the Morning/Pocono 96.7, and Jesse Scavone. Free activities will be provided by Retro Fitness, the East Stroudsburg Little League, and Game Face Basketball. Children of all ages will enjoy “Touch a Truck”, with fire trucks from Marshalls Creek Fire Company, ambulance from the Bushkill Emergency Corps, and big road equipment from the Middle Smithfield Public Works Department. More entertainment includes glitter tattoos, balloon art, and a caricature artist, all free to the public.
Some featured exhibitors include: The Brodhead Watershed Association, El Valley Restaurant, Inspired Arrow, Lehigh Valley Hospital, M Global Hydration, Monroe Animal League, Penn State Master Gardeners, Monroe County Beekeepers, the Pocono Alliance, United Way of Monroe County, Family Wize, and Wayne Bank.
Parking and admission are FREE. Activities are FREE to participate! Food, drinks, and merchandise for sale by our exhibitors.
Have a nonprofit, organization, or business to promote? Be an exhibitor! Please call 570-223-8920 x119 for more information, or email email@example.com.
“There’s something for everyone at Middle Smithfield Township Community Day,” said event organizer and Parks & Recreation Coordinator Christopher Rain. “Come out and have a great day with the whole family!”