Greenville, Pennsylvania (WKBN) – Every summer, Greenville hosts the annual Heritage Days Weekend.
According to the organizers, this is the 16th year. Some changes include searching for spaces.
Heritage Days will be held at Riverside Park, where several regeneration projects are underway. But they managed to find a way to make the space work. The next hurdle, however, is finding help to bring the event to life.
“Almost everyone is welcome and desperately needed,” said Gene Carr, organizer of Greenville Heritage Day.
This year, Heritage Days will begin at 5:00 pm on Fridays, coinciding with movie screenings in the park. Then on Saturday we have a fun day that ends with fireworks.
The festival had to cancel Sunday’s activities due to lack of manpower. The Heritage Days Committee made the decision because they need help.
New members say it’s been fun so far and invite people from the Chenango Valley to join if they’re interested.
“I think we are doing a good job,” said Cheryl Bence, member of the Heritage Days Committee. I think I will be able to participate in many community activities.
“As a lifelong resident of this town, it’s really exciting to see good things happen. There are so many people who put in a lot of effort and I’m proud to be associated with them,” said Heritage Days. Another member of the committee, Jennie Kather said.
Anyone can participate and participate in the committeeThe organizers say you can participate as much as you can, but there are no set requirements.
We are also looking for a group donation to host an event.
For more information on events and volunteer activities, please visit: Heritage Days website(724) 456-3180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
https://www.wkbn.com/news/local-news/local-summer-tradition-expects-changes-in-need-of-volunteers/ A local summer tradition, Heritage Days, needs volunteers in Greenville, Pennsylvania, and expects a change.