CORTLANDT MANOR, N.Y. -- Cortlandt Town Supervisor Linda Puglisi said it's getting difficult to contain her excitement for the town's 225th Anniversary Celebration on Sunday.
The celebration kicks off with a march and opening ceremony at 3 p.m. Sunday at George's Island County Park off of Route 9A in Montrose. Admission is free to the event, which includes performances from Tarrytown Vet's Drum and Bugle Corp., the Dixie Dandies, Unfunded Mandate, Jessica Lynn and Dirty Stay Out. The day's events also feature games and rides for children, crafts, food, magic acts and fireworks over the Hudson River.
"There has been a committee of 20 residents and staff members who have been working since January of this year to make the Town's Birthday Party Spectacular," Puglisi said in a press release. "I thank them all of their hard work and dedication. I am very proud to be Supervisor of our wonderful town."
Parking will be available at the Metro North Cortlandt Train Station off of Route 9A. and at Hendrick Hudson High School, according to the release. Residents are asked to visit the Town of Cortlandt's website for more information.
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