Hamilton’s Septemberfest to Honor Hometown Heroes
Whether it is for defending our freedoms, responding to emergencies or protecting our community on a daily basis, Hamilton Township owes a great debt of gratitude to its hometown armed forces personnel, veterans, police, fire and emergency responders. And because of their selfless service and many sacrifices, Hamilton Township will honor its Hometown Heroes at this year’s Septemberfest.
The annual community event will take place on Sunday, September 15, 2013, from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm at Veterans Park.
In addition to the many crafters, vendors and exhibitors that traditionally take part in the celebration, this year’s fun-filled event will include the participation of armed forces and veterans groups, an army tank and “touch a truck” area for children to see these military and emergency response vehicles up close, as well as amusement rides for children to enjoy. And with food, music and other entertainment throughout the day, this year’s Septemberfest promises to be another great event for the entire family.
“The service and sacrifices of our armed forces, veterans, police, fire and emergency responders is something we should recognize and honor every day; and I am very proud that this year’s Septemberfest – our largest community event of the year – will pay a special tribute to all of our hometown heroes,” says Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede. “I look forward to joining our entire community and neighboring residents in thanking these heroes for all that they do for us, as well enjoy another great Septemberfest celebration together.”
In the event of inclement weather, the rain date for Septemberfest will be September 22nd.