The 47th annual Nunda Fun Days kicks off tonight, June 2, and goes through Saturday in the Nunda Kiwanis Park. A small fee of $2 per car will be charged for parking.


The carnival and three-day celebration is noted for its family-oriented atmosphere. No alcohol is served on the grounds. Seating will be available for convenience.


For more information, please contact Merilee Walker at 585-734-4572.

The 47th annual Nunda Fun Days kicks off tonight, June 2, and goes through Saturday in the Nunda Kiwanis Park. A small fee of $2 per car will be charged for parking.


The carnival and three-day celebration is noted for its family-oriented atmosphere. No alcohol is served on the grounds. Seating will be available for convenience.


For more information, please contact Merilee Walker at 585-734-4572.


Thursday


Grounds open at 6 p.m. with Pet Parade sign-up starting at 5:30 p.m. in the Nunda Government Center on the corner of Massachusetts Street and North State Street. The Pet Parade will begin at 6:30 p.m. with judging taking place prior to its start.


The Keshequa sophomore class will host a beef on weck dinner in the Keshequa Middle/High School from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at a cost of $8.


Many local organizations will be set up on the carnival grounds, offering a variety of foods and fundraising activities.


Parking will be administered by the local Explorer group which is associated with the Nunda Fire Department. The $2 fee helps to keep the Nunda Fund Days’ coffers in the black and allows it to continue.


Friday


Grounds open at 6 p.m. with a flea market and and arts and craft vendors adjacent to the midway. Entertainment is expected at the pavilion by local artists.


Saturday


Nunda Kiwanis Club will conduct its second annual 5k run/walk. All proceeds will benefit the “Elimination Project.” The race will begin and finish at the Keshequa Middle/High School. All participants must pre-register. To guarantee a free T-shirt, participants must have registered by June 1. Participants that obtain at least $15 in sponsorships do not have to pay the registration fee. Race day registration fee is $20. For pre-registration, call Melissa Stevens at  585-468-5906 or email mjkrenzer@yahoo.com; or visit the Nunda Government Center. Registration forms can be mailed to Melissa Stevens, 8 Vermont St. in Nunda. Checks may be made payable to Kiwanis Club of Nunda.


At 9 a.m., the inaugural Car and Antique Fire Truck Show will be at the Keshequa Central High School in the rear of the school on South Church Street (rain or shine). Dash plaques will be presented to the first 100 cars. No classes; participant judging; trophies will be awarded. DJ services by DJ?Ice Cruze. Participants are welcome to drive their vehicle in the Grand Parade. For more information, contact Don Hooker at 585-468-5432 or 585-245-4997. Email donbrushart@ymail.com.


From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. there will be a chicken barbecue at the high school, sponsored by the junior class. Cost is $8 each.


Carnival grounds open at noon. Flea market and arts and crafts vendors will be adjacent to the midway. Ride from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. at one price ($15).


From 4 to 6 p.m., enjoy listening to Janie Rose &?Her Buds at the pavilion. This group consists of Jane Howe and some friends.


Grand parade starts at 6 p.m. After the parade, entertainment will be “Get Over It” featuring Gary Mann. This group plays recognizable rock and roll from the past five decades.