Greece Historical Society’s Annual Strawberry Festival Fundraiser

🍓 🍓 “Sweet sensation” 🍓 🍓

The

Strawberry & Dessert Tasting Festival

Strawberry Festival June 20th 4 p.m to 7 p.m. $8.00 Adults, $ 5.00 for Kids 6-12, Free for Kids Under 5

Date And Time:

Monday, June 20, 2022
4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Location:

Greece Town Hall Pavilion
3 Vince Tofany Blvd, Greece, NY 14612

Admission:

$ 8.00 – Adults
$ 5.00 – Children 6-12
Free for 5 & Under

FREE PARKING

The Admission includes

Strawberry Short Cake and other Cake Samples from

Dessert Samplings from The following vendors

Barton’s Parkside Hots

Hots, Burgers, Sausages, etc. will be available for purchase.

Music for the event is provided by:

DJ Flyin Brian of Party Productions

Other Activities include:

  • Children Activities
  • Clowns
  • Community Displays
  • A Square Dance Demo.
  • There will be Door Prizes
  • A Chinese Auction
  • As well as a chance to win one of these interesting Bicentennial Pioneer Families Signs
    • The Tickets are $ 5.00 for one
    • 3 for $ 10.00
    • The Drawing for this Raffle will be done on July 10th, 2022.
    • You Could Win one of these five Unique designs
Second Prize
Second Prize
First Prize
First Prize
Fifth Prize
Fifth Prize
Fourth Prize
Fourth Prize
Third Prize
Third Prize

Sponsors of this Year’s Strawberry & Dessert Tastings Festival

New Online Store

We have a new online store featuring merchandise with our Greece Historical Society bicentennial logo to celebrate the Town of Greece’s 200th birthday.

All orders come with Free shipping, Just enter promo code FREESHIP at checkout.

GreeceHistoricalSociety.shop

Here are a few of the items that are available now

To see more of the items that are available, visit GreeceHistoricalSociety.shop today.

Bicentennial Snapshots


Beginning on Tuesday, March 22, 2022, and concluding on March 21st, 2023, the Greece Historical Society will be posting brief videos to help commemorate the 200th anniversary of the founding of the Town of Greece. This series will share many details about the people and events that influenced the town’s evolution. Researched, written, and narrated by Maureen Whalen, we hope that you will find these videos both interesting and informative.

A blog post about the current week’s snapshot will also appear on this website each week at 9 am with a description of the video.

If you have ideas or topics that you would like to see covered in this or a future series, please let us know via our Facebook page.


The Bicentennial Snapshots

Bicentennial Snapshot # 09 – Giles H Holden

Holden, a veteran of the War of 1812, came to Greece in 1817 to be the Deputy Collector and Surveyor of the port. In 1822, he became the first lighthouse …

Bicentennial Snapshot # 08 – Charlotte – Genesee Lighthouse

This week we celebrate the Charlotte-Genesee Lighthouse, the oldest active lighthouse on Lake Ontario, which is also marking its bicentennial. We trace its history from its construction in 1822 on …

Bicentennial Snapshot # 06: War of 1812 Part 2

This week we continue with part two of three presentations on the attacks along the Greece shores of Lake Ontario during the War of 1812. Today we look at the …

Bicentennial Snapshot # 05: War of 1812 Part 1

This week we begin a three-part presentation on the attacks along the Greece shores of Lake Ontario during the War of 1812. Today we look at the British attacks that …

Bicentennial Snapshot # 02: The Onödowá’ga (Oh-n’own-dough-wahgah) (Seneca is the English name)

This week, we look at The Onödowá’ga (Oh-n’own-dough-wahgah) (Seneca is the English name). And George H Harris Contribution on his documentation of some of these sites. …

Bicentennial Snapshot # 01: The Founding of The Town of Greece

This week, we look at the founding of the town of Greece, from the inception of Ontario and Genesee Counties to the creation of Monroe County and the Town of …