Sponsored by The Sunflower Cafe and Truck Stop
This event is rain or shine. Tickets are non-refundable and are limited to 350. This event will sell out quickly so don’t delay in getting your tickets when they go on sale to the public on Wed, Jun 1 @ 10AM. Doors open at 7PM. The shenanigans start at 7:30PM – whee! The Run Out will take place at approximately 9PM. Remember, we do not screen The Blob on . . .
Sponsored by Chester County's Brandywine Valley and Mosaic Music Lessons
There will be plenty of fun stuff to do and see including the Fire Extinguisher Parade, Costume Contest at 1PM, Merchant Facade Contest, music, food, and vendors ’til 6PM. More details coming soon!
Sponsored by Chester County’s Brandywine Valley and Mosaic Music Lessons . . .
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