Over 40 men's and women's teams slug it out to see who is the best. Location TBA
Held at the Richmond Historical Village at Bailey Park.
Merchants and vendors will be lined up along Washington and Beebe Streets. Be sure to visit the non-profit organizations to help support our surrounding communities.
For more information, contact Mike Misteravich (586) 764-6979 or Sue Misteravich (586) 770-5663.
Register at 9:00 am. Trophies are sponsored by TBA. Cost is $5.00 per participant. The horse shoe pits are located by the Richmond Community Center on Festival Drive.
NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ALLOWED.
The theme for 2013 is THE GOOD OLD DAYS! Watch it or participate! Line up begins at 10:00 am on Beech Street. The parade travels up Main Street to Park Street, and will be led by an antique Fire Apparatus Muster. Sponsors TBA
For more information, please contact Nicole Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2013 Children's Parade Application is available under the Forms & Rules tab.
Catch a ping pong ball and redeem for prizes at the Festival Barn or at the many different participating local businesses. Prizes from the Festival Barn must be redeemed by 6 pm on Sunday. Sponsors TBA.
Please note: This event is for those 10 years and under. We cannot stress enough that this event is for kids only.
For more information, contact Nicole Clark or Gina Caperton.
Watch sporting events on the big screen!
Pay $20for a wristband and ride all day until 6:00 pm. Only individual tickets available after 6:00 pm. Provided by Mid-America Shows. Height restrictions apply on some rides.
Fun, games, and prizes too! These FREE children's games are for children 12 and under. Sponsored by the Richmond Recreation Department.
For more information, contact the Recreation Department at (586) 727-3064.
Held on the Tiger Fruin Memorial Tyke Track. Contest for ages 12 and under. Register at the Beebe St. Park Pavilion between 12:00 and 1:00 pm. Winners will be announced at the Festival Stage at 2:15 p.m.
Sponsored by the Richmond Recreation Department. For more information, contact the Recreation Department at (586) 727-3064.
The One Room Schoolhouse, Donely Family Cabin, Blacksmith Shop, Train Depot, and Memorial Walkway are open for tours. Docents will be in each of the historical buildings to answer any questions you may have. Sponsored by the Richmond Area Historical and Geneological Society. No cost.
Come by and try some of the best strawberry shortcake around. Sponsored by the Richmond Area Historical and Genealogical Society. Get yours fast! Only $4 per person.
The candy scramble will be held at the wooden play structure in the Beebe St. Park. Scramble will be done by age groups. FREE.
Sponsored by the Richmond Recreation Department. Call the department at (586) 727-3064 for more information.
The winners for the Sidewalk Chalk Contest will be announced on the Festival Stage. Sponsored by the Recreation Department.
Call the Recreation Department at (586) 727-3064 for more information.
Driver entry fee: $50 (entry fee is non-refundable-no exceptions!)
Limited to the first 56 cars.
Heat Payout: 1st Place-$100, 2nd Place-$100, 3rd Place-$100
Feature payout: 1st Place-$2,500, 2nd Place-$1,250, 3rd Place-$500, 4th Place-$250, Mad Dog Award-$500
Admissions Cost: Adults $7.00, Children $4.00
2013 event rules, entry forms, and release & waiver of liability forms are available under the "Forms & Rules" tab. For more information, call the Festival Hotline at (586) 727-1320 or e-mail email@example.com
This great event for dog lovers will be held on the Festival Stage and will include fun categories and prizes!
Enjoy a special ending to your evening at the Richmond Good Old Days! Fireworks will be viewable in the Beebe Stree Park, and are provided by the American Fireworks Company. It will be a sight to remember! Rain day will be Sunday, September 9th.
Generously sponsored by First State Bank