Dryden Dairy Day

33rd Annual Dryden Dairy Day – Saturday, June 11

Posted by  //  May 25, 2016  //  News

Join in the festivities to celebrate the 33rd Annual Dryden Dairy Day on Saturday, June 11. Start the day at 9:30 by watching the parade down Main Street and try to pick the float with the best representation of this year’s theme: “Get Moo-ving For The Gold”
After the parade, come to Montgomery Park for an afternoon of fun for the whole family. Games, bounce house, crafts, demonstrations, kindergarten coloring contest, live animals to pet, and a display of farm tractors and equipment are just a few of the great activities this year. Plus live entertainment!
Don’t forget to grab a carton of milk for just 10 cents or a hand-dipped ice cream cone for 25 cents! There’s also chicken BBQ, hamburgers, hot sausage, hot dogs, nachos, cake wheel, homemade pies and other delicious goodies for purchase.
Admission is free and free parking is available at the Village Municipal Parking Lot and Dryden Fire Hall.
Learn more about the day’s activities at DrydenDairyDay.org
This is a community celebration sponsored by Dryden Grange and the Dryden Dairy Day Committee.

Schedule of Events:

9:30: Parade down Main Street

10:45 – 11: Opening Ceremony & Introduction of Tompkins County Dairy Princess and her court, as well as the Dryden Dairy Day Agricultural Scholarship recipient

11:15 – 11:45: Middle School Jazz Band performs

11:45 – Noon: Mooing Contest – all are welcome to compete!

Noon –12:30: High School Concert Band performs

12:45 – 1:45: Alan Macomber performs

2 – 3: Radio London performs


Thank you to all our sponsors who help make this day possible for the community! Interested in becoming a sponsor? Visit our website: DrydenDairyDay.org


2016 Dryden Dairy Day Sponsors as of May 19, 2016

Cream of the Crop ($150 and over)

Countryside Veterinary Hospital, Fall Creek Farm, Farm Credit East, Millbrook Farm, Beck Farms, LLC


Bessie’s Bounty ($100-$149)

VanPelt Farms


Farmers Friend (up to $99)

Church Family Revocable Trust (Richard & Joyce Church)


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