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Saturday, October 1st, 2022
Rush Firemen’s Field 1971 Rush-Mendon Road, Rush, NY 14543


                8:00 AM-11:00 AM                 Not Your Normal Pancake Breakfast, Ladies Auxiliary Building

                9:00 AM-4:00PM                    Numerous Craft, Artisan & Food Vendors Open for Business!

                9:00 AM-3:00 PM                   Town of Rush Antique 2-cylinder Tractor Show

                10:00 AM-2:00 PM                 “A Horses Friend” Pony Rides - $2.00

                10:00 AM-3:00 PM                 Kids Activities & Games - FREE

                10:00AM                                 Genesee-N-Ontario Model N-Ginners operational N-scale display 
                                                               (Rush Fire Department Hall)

                11:00AM-3:30PM                   Lunch being served by Ladies Auxiliary

                11:00 AM-2:00 PM                 Face Painting - $1.00

                12:00 PM-2:00 PM                 Live Music –  Warren Paul

                2:30 PM                                  Adult Bake-off Results  $50.00 Wegman’s Gift Card for 1st and 2nd place winners

                3:30PM                                   Pie Eating Contest (cream pies) $20.00 gift card for the winner!
                                                               Sign up at the Fireman’s Pavilion by 2:30PM

Food, crafts and local produce vendors, Monroe County Sheriff’s Mounted Patrol, Chase’s Hay Maze, hayrides, free pumpkin painting, display of Coloring Contest winners, bounce house, free children’s games, JCrew Farms HUGE pumpkins, Rush Ladies Auxiliary serving food and drinks all day. 

Craft, fair food, and vendor space rentals available. Applications and contest information are located at under “recreation”.



The New York Museum of Transportation, located at the Rush Riverside Refuge on River Road in Rush, will be powering up the overhead wire to offer trolley rides included with museum admission.  

A century ago large electric trolleys operated between Rochester and distant cities such as Buffalo, Syracuse and Geneva.  This "interurban era" in travel offered fast, clean, frequent transportation unlike the competing steam railroads.

The museum's trolley brings back that time with its scenic, environmentally friendly two-mile round trip trolley rides--a re-creation of history and a unique treat for visitors.

And there's much more transportation history inside the museum. Visitors can recall holiday times with the Midtown Plaza Monorail, discover the past with the 1948 Greyhound bus, sit in the driver's seat of a 1941 fire engine, and thrill to the huge model railroad operating three trains at once.

The museum gallery features a 10-minute video about the Rochester Subway and an exhibit of railroad photos and prints.  The well-stocked gift shop caters to the needs of all ages.

The New York Museum of Transportation is located just 20 minutes south of Rochester at 6393 East River Road in Rush, one mile north of Rt. 251

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