Although it’s a little deep into the celebrations to begin a running Strasburg Hometown Days post…better late than never, right?! Updates will be added on top (right under this introductory paragraph).
Alas, it’s a wet, stormy end to the weekend. This is a picture of what, at that the time of my riding my bicycle back from Byers, was coming our way:
Kudos to everyone involved for putting on such an awesome 2019 Strasburg Hometown Days!
Mud volleyball anyone?!
Although I am not sure all the participants fully accepted the nature of the contest :-), it’s still a fun video to watch. Three of the times player did embrace it are included in slow-mo…
Still time to sneak over and grab breakfast at the elementary school!
(And the Hometown Days t-shirts are a steal now!)
In the spirit of full disclosure, the water shows this is my wife’s, not mine. 🙂
Okay, maybe > 40 minutes is too much to spare to watch the parade. How about less than 5? 🙂
Yes, it’s a bit choppy…but still kind to your time. 🙂
Marching Saints” by Eric Bolvin and “Marching to Victory” by Judson Lee. Both tracks from Storyblocks Audio (https://audioblocks.com).
I may put up more of the concert, but for now…the last song before the intermission during the Chili Cook-Off and Watermelon Feed:
I didn’t partake of the chili, but I did enjoy the Golden Eagle Concert Band’s performance. However, as the sun goes down here in our wonderful town, I think I am going to switch into vegetate mode. 🙂
Don’t forget the Pancake Breakfast at the high school starting at 7:30 tomorrow morning, followed by:
- 9:30 AM – Mud Volleyball Tournament at North Baseball Field
- 10:00 AM – Community Church Service at Lyons Park
- And more!
Our first entry is this morning’s parade. Thanks to Adobe Premiere Rush, I’ve taken the hour and half-ish parade and brought it down under 45 minutes. No, I didn’t zap floats/etc. Instead, well, let’s just say there were a lot of “wait for the next section of the parade.” 🙂
Great work to everyone who participated!
Oh, and before I go…a link to the schedule of activities on the Strasburg Parks and Recreation District site.