Richmond Good Old Days Festival

Richmond Good Old Days Festival

Sunday, Sep 8, 2019 at 8:00am

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8:00 - 11:30 am: Richmond Masonic Lodge All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast
Held at the Richmond Masonic Temple, Main St. at Monroe St.
​Adults $7, Children ages 6-12 years $5, Children 5 and Under Free

10 am - 6 pm: Country Living Vintage Market
Featuring vintage, antique, artisan, crafters, salvage, repurposed, shabby and farmhouse style goods.

10 am - 6pm: Merchant and Vendor Sales
The vendors and merchants at the Richmond Good Old Days sell many useful and interesting products. Vendors will be lined up along Beebe Street, next to the Festival Grounds. Come check it out!

10 am: Horseshoe Tournaments-Doubles
Cost $5 per participant. Horseshoe pits are located east of the Richmond Community Center. No alcoholic beverages allowed.

10 am: Classic and Antique Car Show
Over 100 cars in all classes! Held at the Municipal Parking Lot, next to Maniaci's Banquet Center, on Main Street.

11 am-5 pm: R.A.H.G.S. "Stuff Sale"
The Richmond Area Historical and Genealogical Society will be holding a "Stuff Sale" at the Historic Village in Bailey Park.

Noon: Food Vendors Open
​Noon - 4:00 pm: Historic Village Open/Strawberry Shortcake Sale/Mum Sale
The Richmond Area Historical and Genealogical Society will have their Historic Village open from 3 p.m. to Dusk. Admission is free! Come take a tour of the grounds, watch demonstrations of the primitive arts, or try some of the best strawberry shortcake around for $5. Fall mums will also be for sale. Sponsored by the Richmond Area Historical and Genealogical Society.

Noon: Hamlin Pub in the Park and Festival Beverage Tent Open

12:30 pm: High School Band Drum Line
Held at the Town Clock before the Grand Parade.

1:00 - 9:00 pm: Skerbeck Family Carnival Midway Opens
Height restrictions enforced on some rides

1:00: Historical Buildings Open
The Old Schoolhouse, Log Cabin, Train Depot, and memorial walkway are open for tours. No Cost.

1:30 pm: "The Great Michigan Parade"
The 56th annual "Great Michigan Parade" begins at 1:30 p.m. Once voted Michigan's Best Small Town Parade by The Detroit News, Richmond's parade is the LARGEST marching musical parade in Michigan.
For those participating in the parade, check in will be at Main Street and Park Street.

4:00 pm: Festival Beverage Tent Opens
Don't miss a special presentation of the Pipes and Drums, immediately following the end of the parade.

4:00 - 6:00 pm: Free Petting Zoo
Held in the Beebe Street Park, near the Gazebo