LeRoy Historical Society - page 6

23 East Main Street
Le Roy, New York 14482
Class of 1984
The LeRoy Graduation Class of 1984
will be holding its 30th Class Reunion
this year during the Oatka Festival,
July 19 & 20. On Sunday afternoon,
they will dedicate a brick in the Jell-O
Brick Road. Several members of the
class have also purchased bricks and
they will be installed with their class-
mates in a special area in the walk-
way to LeRoy House.
If you are a member of the Class of
1984 and would like to add your brick
to this special section, contact 585-
768-7433 or visit the Historical Soci-
ety website
ety.org. Bricks have to be ordered by
the middle of April in order to be de-
livered in time for installation in July.
New Event
at the Tent
The Historical Society will be fill-
ing the Oatka Festival tent with old
fashioned games and toys - - not for
sale, but for families to stop by and
play. There will be checkers, skittles,
the graces, shut the box, croquet,
and many other favorites. If you
have fourth graders in your family,
bring them over. They are familiar
with all the rules and how to play
these games. There are no batteries
or a keypads. Many of these games
were donated by Judy Jensen, who
formerly coordinated“Games on the
Square” at Genesee Country Village.
Back By Popular
“Candle Light Tour
of LeRoy House”
The popular candle light tour “The
Visitors” will be repeated this June.
The date has not been set yet, but
watch the
for an an-
nouncement. And it will be posted
on our new website, leroyhistorical-
society.org. Or you can call the office
at 768-7433. Tickets are $5 for mem-
bers and $7 for non members.
The performance lasts about an
hour and a half, and since daylight
extends quite late at that time of the
year, the tour will begin at 8:30. Only
50 tickets are available, so call and
make sure you are on the list.
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