Sat, Jun 26|
Vitale Park, West Pavilion
Philippine Independence Day Annual Family Picnic
Please come and join us as we celebrate Philippine Independence Day (June 12, 1898). This is a POTLUCK so please bring a Filipino or non-Filipino dish to pass according to the First letter of your Last name .A-B Dessert, C-D Fruit, E-I Chicken, J-L Beef, M-O Pork, P-S Seafood, T-Z Pancit or Pasta
Time & Location
Jun 26, 2021, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Vitale Park, West Pavilion, 5828 Big Tree Rd, Lakeville, NY 14480, USA
About the event
Please come and join us as we celebrate Philippine Independence Day (June 12, 1898). Show your Filipino pride by wearing a Blue, Red, Yellow or White T-shirt representing the colors of Philippine Flag. FAAR has reserved the West Pavilion so be sure to look for the flags of the USA and the Philippines.
We welcome those new the community and loof forward to meeting you!
We will have games and prizes for kids and adults. Games include, the 3-legged race, sack race, egg toss and others and of course the traditional PABITIN. Feel free to bring a Frisbee or foot ball to toss. Please bring a lawn chair or blanket to relax in the sun and for extra seating. Enjoy the Food, Fun and Camaraderie!
This is a POTLUCK so please bring a Filipino or non-Filipino dish to pass according to the First letter of your LAST name.
A-B Dessert, C-D Fruit, E-I Chicken, J-L Beef, M-O Pork, P-S Seafood, T-Z Pancit or Pasta
Vitale Park is located on the North shore of Conesus Lake - the Western most of New York's famed Finger Lakes and second most visited park in Livingston County. It has a fishing dock, kayak/canoe launch, perimeter walking trail and a garden graces the western side of the cove between two park sections. It features a playground area for the kids, a water garden and a perennial and beautiful memorial garden.
The park has a carry in-carry out policy. No trash or garbage to be left in the park.
Pets are allowed, provided they are in a carrier or on a leash no longer than 6 feet. Owner must provide proof of current rabies vaccination. All pet waste must be picked up and disposed of in the pet waste receptacle.