Wednesday July 19th is the Opening Ceremony at 5:30 pm followed by the Queen and Princess contest at 6 pm. Pot Pie is served starting at 4 pm. Wednesday night only is FREE carnival rides for everyone.
Thursday July 20th is Parade night. The parade kicks off at 6:30 pm (forms up at 5 pm). Other events for the evening are three legged race and water balloon toss. Pot pie served starting at 4 pm. Entertainment on the stage is Floyd & Company.
Friday July 21st pot pie served starting at 4 pm. There will be a candlelight tour of Civil War Encampment at 8 pm. Entertainment on the stage is the Chris Ruble Band at 6:30 and 8:00. Other events are a hot dog eating contest and a peanut scramble. Blacksmith demonstrations all day.
Saturday July 22nd pot pie served starting at 3 pm. At 8 am a Little League Tournament kicks off, Civil War Encampment opens as well. Garden Tractors Pulls start at 10 am. At 9:30 am at benefit cornhole tournament starts. Proceeds benefit Pediatric Cancer. Civil War Mini Battle starts at 1 pm. During the day Gettysburg Tour Guide and historian Sue Boardman will have a display of local Civil War items. B-Boy Ryan Napalm Wagner and his crew have a dance off on the stage at 3 pm. Following Napalm’s performance is the Sesquicentennial Beard Contest at 4 pm. Other events for the evening are milk chugging contest at 5 pm and Civil War Mini Battle at 6 pm. Entertainment on the stage is Crossfire at 6:30 and 8 pm. At 7:30 there will be an auction of Sesquicentennial Items. Blacksmith demonstrations all day.
Sunday July 23rd NO pot pie served today. Civil War Encampment opens at 9 am. Car show runs from 9 to 3 pm at the McClure American Legion. Church service runs from 10 to noon at the stage. Vendors open at noon. Closing ceremony is at 12:30 pm with 300 cupcakes to celebrate the Sesquicentennial. Vendors will be open for the rest of the day.
For more information go to https://www.mcclure150.org/ or call Andrew Benner. Contact information is located on the website.