What’s Happening This Weekend In Binghamton
Between garlic festivals, family bazaars and car show, there is plenty to enjoy this weekend in the Southern Tier! Take your pick.
The American Civic Association, 131 Front Street in Binghamton, hosts their annual Garlic Festival is Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm. There will be music, lots of food, garlic vendors and even garlic ice cream!
The Church of the Holy Family, 3600 Phyllis Street in Endwell, holds their family bazaar Friday and Saturday from 5 to 11 pm. Includes live music.
The Czechoslovak Moravian picnic is Sunday from noon to 6 pm at the German Club, Loughlin Road in Binghamton.
The Susquehanna American Legion Post 86 Fallen Heroes Ride is Saturday at 11 am with registration from 9 -11 am at Victory Park by the old PJ O’Hare’s on Route 92 in Oakland.
The 3rd Annual Invictus 5k Run/Walk benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Western Broome, is scheduled to take place Saturday, August 9th at 9am, at the Boys & Girls Club of Western Broome Family Center. Proceeds from this event will be used to upgrade the club’s kitchen.
The Wooden Cross Music Festival is Saturday from noon to 7 pm at Fireman’s Park in Deposit. Bring your lawn chairs or blanket. Rain or shine. Sponsored by Sherman Bible Chapel.
The Endicott Elks Friday Dinner is ham & scalloped potatoes along with their regular menu. Serves from 5 to 7 pm.
The GBFC chicken bbq and family fun raiser is Saturday from noon to 5 pm at the Old Union Hotel, 246 Clinton Street in Binghamton. Music, games, basket raffles and more to benefit the Select Riley U13 girls soccer team.
Rome PA Volunteer Fire Company is having the annual Roman Holidays at the Fire Hall on Saturday. Midway opens at 10 am, with music, chicken bbq, cow pie bingo, parade at 6:30 pm and more!
Triangle Fire Station on Route 206 is hosting a chicken bbq on Sunday from noon til it’s gone!
Broome County YMCA childcare center is enrolling kids for the Fall Universal PreK program. Children must be City of Binghamton residents and 4 years old by December 1st. For more details and to enroll, call 772-0560 extension 246.
The Eastern Broome Senior Center, 27 Golden Lane in Harpursville is hosting Naturalist Rick Maris and his program The Mystery of Migration on Thursday. Doors open at 4 with dinner at 4;30 and the presentation at 5:30. Register by noon Wednesday by calling 693-2069.