Student Art on Display
Stroll down Main Street and enjoy artwork created by LMCS students in storefront windows.
Music, Food and Arts and Crafts aplenty. Expanded Food Court offers a variety of specialty parade fare. Selections from local arts and crafts vendors on display.
Face Painting by Miss Sunshine the Clown.
Library Book Sale in Renaissance Park. New and used adult books, children's books and assorted VHS tapes will be for sale; prices up to $1.00 for most items.
Instant Portraits by Wilkes & Bernard Photography at the CAS Arts Center.
Collectible Parade t-shirts and posters on sale.
Live Music and entertainment on Main Street. Pre-parade performances include music by Little Sparrow and stilt walking by Tannis Kowalchuk and Brett Keyser of NACL Theatre.
The 9th Annual Trout Parade steps off,
led by Grand Marshals
Dr. Don Simkin and Ellen Singer
To date, 2012 Participants Include:
Any Model Car Club
Bethel Woods Center
for the Arts'
Bud's Giant Brook Trout
Catskill Art Society
Catskill Puppet Theater
Johnny Darling Puppet
The Plunk Shop
Manor Girl Scouts
Student Rain Barrel
Project, funded by
the Catskill Watershed
Post parade entertainment includes a Rain Barrel Auction on the Main Street Stage immediately following the parade. The repurposed plastic barrels were sanded and prepared by TriValley Team Conservation students, painted by Liberty Art Students, and sealed by SC BOCES Automotive students. The project was funded by the Catskill Watershed Corporation.
There will also be a Closing Party for the SHHH! CAS Silent Auction Benefit at the CAS Arts Center from 2-4pm, featuring the work of more than 35 local artists.
Main Street alive with unique shops, restaurants and the CAS Art Center.