September 24th – 8am to 4pm.
Join us in celebrating Proctor’s 130th birthday!
Activities on the green including games, crafts, face painting, and pony rides. Lots of food available! Pie booth, sausage and pepper booth, milkshake booth, as well as various bake sales. Live music in the gazebo throughout the day performed by PHS students featuring former Proctor music teacher Aaron Audet.
The Vermont Marble Museum will be open with free admission for Smithsonian museum day and will have a beer tasting out in the garden. They also have an amazing carved pumpkin display!
The Proctor Library will also turn into a mini museum space featuring historical artifacts until noon.
Across from the green, the Proctor Fire Department will have fire trucks on display and a chance for you to meet your local firemen.
The evening will conclude with fireworks at the ball field on Elm St!
There will be a 5K fun run starting in the park at 8 am. Registration starts at 7:15 and costs $15 to enter. All proceeds benefit “Our Yard” of Proctor.
Train rides! Take the scenic route to Proctor!
Trains depart the Rutland depot at:
Cost: $10.00 adult
$5.00 children under 12
The last train back to Rutland will depart Proctor at 5:00 p.m.