IT'S TIME FOR the 42nd Annual
& FALL FESTIVAL
SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 2016
10 A.M. TO 3 P.M. (RAIN OR SHINE)
1996 Pioneer Day Photos
1997 Pioneer Day Photos
Location: Podunk House & Pioneer Museum
2436 NORTH LONG LAKE RD (LAKE) FENTON, MICHIGAN*
*Alternate entrance: Main Rd. across from the OLD Lake Fenton H.S. ball fields
REGULAR EVENTS 10:00 am - 3:00 PM
LUNCH: 10:30-3:00 PM (featuring pulled pork sandwiches and Koegel's hot dogs, BAKE SALE)
· TOUR PODUNK HOUSE (furnished 1837 Greek Revival-style
Pioneer family home)
· EXPLORE THE MUSEUM BUILDING (antique tools, barber items,
steamwheeler artifacts, photos of early settlers in Fenton & Mundy
Townships, Lake Fenton H.S. memorabilia
) SEE OUR WORKING
- ENJOY LIVE ENTERTAINMENT: Boy Scout Flag-raising Ceremony, Bagpipes by Brad Wright, Ron & Ruth singing gospel and country songs, Mary Lynn Stimson with Guitar and much, much more
· VISIT OUR DISPLAY BOOTHS: CRAFTS, BAKE SALE, FARM PRODUCE & MORE! MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT THROUGHOUT THE DAY. BRING YOUR CAMERAS - wear your pioneer clothes (optional!)
CHILDREN: 50 cents (12 & under)
FAMILY RATES AVAILABLE
Event Sponsored By: The Pioneer Memorial Association of Fenton & Mundy
Twp. - an educational, non-profit organization whose mission is to "Preserve
Yesterday, Honor Today, Plan Tomorrow"
Volunteers and Items needed for Pioneer
Contact Mary Jane Pinkston or Jeanette Butts
Volunteers are needed to:
- make phone calls
- donate baked goods (especially pies), pickles, jams, etc.
- help in the kitchen
- work at the gate or parking lot
- help with house tours
- help out at the Children's Corner, etc.
Items are also needed for:
- book sale
- door prizes
- rummage sale (NO CLOTHING, please)
- produce stand.
Food donations for the Bake Sale can be brought on
Pioneer Day after 10:00 am. All other donations can be dropped off
at the home of Mary Jane Pinkston or Jeanette Butts prior to Pioneer Day and are tax deductible.***Please
clearly mark prices on items that you are donating for the sale.
We also need: VENDORS and CRAFTERS. Art, jewelry,
maps, note cards and stained glass works, embroidery and tatting have
been for sale in previous years. We welcome our faithful participants
as well as new and unique items. Bring your HOBBIES and special COLLECTIONS.
Examples of what we have enjoyed include displays of wrought iron pieces,
antique jewelry, dolls, a miniature replica of our Podunk House, and antique
buggy, wood splitters and other implements and tools. Please share your
collection with our guests. Please call to reserve a booth.