Angelica Heritage Days are this weekend

Angelica will celebrate its annual Heritage Days this weekend, with many history-related activities Saturday and Sunday on its Main Street and Park Circle.

An organ concert by Timothy E. Smith will precede the celebration from 7PM to 8PM Friday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Park Circle.

The performance will be on the church’s historic 1887 S.S. Hamill tracker pipe organ, and will include a vocal quartet presenting Vivaldi’s Magnificat and Mozart’s Benedictus.

The historic 175-year-old building and ornate interior carpentry provides the backdrop for the church’s 2023 Music Concert Series.

An informal coffee hour will follow the performance.

A schedule for Heritage Days includes:

Saturday, August 5
7AM — Coffee & doughnuts, Booster tent
9AM — Market opens, Park Circle
10AM — Sons of Legion refreshment stand opens
11AM — Croquet semifinal match
11AM — Colonial Rooms exhibit, Library – 3 p.m.
11AM — Memorabilia & Quilt show, Grange – 4 p.m.
11:30AM — Valley Rising, bandstand
12 Noon — Cornhole tournament, basketball court
1PM — Warren Paul, bandstand
1PM — Old school building open – 3 p.m.
2PM — Croquet semifinal match
3PM — Off the Wagon, bandstand
5PM — Market closes
6PM — ACS Alumni, Conservation Club – 9:00 p.m.

Sunday, August 6
7:AM — Coffee & doughnuts, Booster tent
7AM — Pancake Breakfast, Legion
9AM — Market opens Park Circle
10AM — Sons of Legion refreshment stand opens
10AM — Homecoming Service, Methodist lawn
11AM — Memorabilia & quilt show, Grange – 4 p.m.
12 Noon — Chicken BBQ, Methodist Church
12 Noon — Adam Stack, bandstand
12:30PM — Colonial Rooms exhibit Library – 3 p.m.
1PM — Croquet championship match
2PM — Creek Bend, bandstand
4:30PM — Theme basket & Quilt drawings
5PM — Market closes