Come Celebrate Maytown’s 260th Birthday on Saturday, May 2nd

This year’s theme for Mayfest is “Maytown’s Celebrations”. Maytown will be 260 years old and we will be celebrating our town’s birthday with activities and displays from our previous celebrations. There will be artifacts and displays from 1910 Old Home Week, the 1960 Bicentennial, the 225th Anniversary in 1985, and Maytown 250 in 2010. Activities are planned for all ages!

Mayfest 2020 will Feature:
Guided historical walking tour at noon
Display in the Museum of Old Home Week, the town’s first celebration
Display of school yearbooks in the newly restored Peter Brown’s Garage (formerly Jack Frank’s Garage). Find your picture!
Demonstrators of various historic crafts
Food trucks loaded with delicious treats
Folk singers/song writers with a hometown flair, “Glenwood”
1:00 Wedding ceremony of a local couple married in the 50’s
1:30 program featuring second grade students’ songs and dances
Art contest for local first grade students with all pictures on display
Traditional Maypole dance done by local school students
Historically themed crafts and games just for kids beginning at 11:00
Real “penny” candy stand
Silent auction items from local merchants
Quality vendors of all types
Whoopie Pie Corner – purchase one or a dozen!
Bicentennial & 225th Anniversary displays in Shenk’s Store
Ever popular town cake walk around the square
Maytown 250 display at the Distillery

Celebrating the history of our small town is important and we hope that this event will spark local interest and bring together young and old in our community! Won’t you join us?

Questions or to volunteer – Call the Museum and leave a message: (717-426-1526)