The 32nd Annual Founders’ Day celebration in historic downtown Tunkhannock was hosted June 22.In addition to Tioga Street, vendors exhibited their merchandise along Warren and Harding Streets.
The Tunkhannock Business and Professional Association coordinated the annual event, including food, entertainment and music. A record number of vendors offered a variety of metal crafts, art, fabric crafts, woodworking, jewelry, home décor, photography and other unique trades and professions.
The “Mehoopany Procter & Gamble Consumer Trailer” provided a clean area equipped with Changing Pads, Wipes, Diapers, Hand Sanitizer for parents to change their children.
Festivities began at 10 a.m. and concluded at 4 p.m. The Wyoming County United Way held its annual Duck Derby. Artists from the Endless Mountain Council of the Arts exhibited paintings.
New this year was Edward Baumeister and Friend’s Puppet Show.
One of the biggest moves in town this year had been the relocation of Gay’s True Value Store from Bridge Street to 189 E. Tioga, near the Hampton Inn and Brick’s Market. Near Gay’s new location, Sherwood Chevrolet Buick GMC hosted its annual Classic Car show from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at 153 E. Tioga Street.
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