The 31st Annual Bellmore Family Street Festival is on Saturday and Sunday, September 16 and 17, from 11am - 6pm with Street Vendor and Craft Show booths set up throughout Bellmore Village and live entertainment on the Pettit Avenue and our show mobiles. Our carnival will start on September 14 and will run through Sunday evening, September 17,
Our 2017 Festival is proudly presented by the Chamber of Commerce of the Bellmores and sponsored by Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and the Nassau County Police Department, Town of Hempstead and Supervisor Anthony Santino, News 12 Long Island, Crunch Fitness, Stop & Shop and the Bellmore Herald.
Every year, festival organizers strive to bring in new things to excite everyone. This year, the festival will feature:
- Gorilla Show and Ironman
- Kids Expo, featuring child-friendly rides and a chance to visit Rex the Dinosaur
- Craft Expo
- Military Expo, featuring the latest attractions from all branches of the military
- Veterans organizations and service groups
- Sports Expo, with representation from local and tri-state sports organizations
- Health and Wellness members and flu shots
- Home Improvement Expo, showcasing local contractors and members
- Live music all day throughout the fair
The Chamber is very proud of its annual Bellmore Family Street Festival and the family values it conveys. This fabulous family festival gives the Chamber and its members a chance to say ?Thank you? to the community for shopping and doing business locally. The Festival affords the more than 250 members of the organization not only a chance to ?show their stuff,? but to give something back to the community in the form of entertainment, information and good old-fashioned family-oriented fun. The Festival is also an excellent opportunity for our local nonprofit groups to raise funds and share important information.
The local businesses are the important backbone that supports our community, its schools, services and taxes. Local businesses have always been there when asked to contribute to and support our local teams, students, nonprofits and scouts. In return, they deeply appreciate your support and customer loyalty. The festival features a wide variety of exhibits and attractions that have earned it the reputation as Nassau County?s largest family-oriented event of its kind, drawing more than 120,000 visitors. The Chamber has put an enormous amount of time and effort to bring this festival to you and invites you to come and enjoy yourself.
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