MEXICO – Friends of Mexico Point Park is pleased to announce that NYS’s Queen of Country, Josie Waverly, will be performing at Mexico Point Park on July 17.
She has performed all over the United States as a headliner as well as an opening act for many of Nashville’s leading entertainers such as Tim McGraw, Charlie Daniels, Loretta Lynn and too many more to mention.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear Josie Waverly sing Patsy Cline songs and other favorites on her debut in Oswego County.
The concert will start at 6 p.m. with Mexico’s own Emelee Harrington singing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
She has thrilled crowds at a multitude of venues in Central New York, including singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the NYS Fair.
She will be followed by the CNY Alphorns.
Alphorns are the 13-foot long wooden horns seen frequently in Ricola cough drop commercials.
The wooden signal horns were common throughout Europe during the medieval period, but it was in the mountainous regions of Switzerland where they reached their current length.
The members of CNY Alphorns come from several Upstate NY counties and have performed at Swiss and German festivals.
Mexico Brass, a yearly favorite, will close out the concert portion of the evening.
The evening will end with the spectacular up-close fireworks by Young Explosives with music supplied by Wayne Green.
The event is free, but donations and volunteers are welcomed and much needed.
Crafters, artists and authors may register to set up a table for a small fee to sell and/or promote their work.
For more information and to register email [email protected]
Food from Garafolo’s and Barlow’s will available for sale and Dollars for Scholars will be selling ice cream.
Please support our local vendors.
Come early and enjoy the most beautiful spot on Lake Ontario.
There are two hiking trails and the beach will be open until 7 p.m.
Unique Casey’s Cottage will also be open.
Bring a blanket and flashlight.
Car pool if possible, parking is at premium.
For more information call 963-3891, 963-8216, or 963-7657.