Old-fashioned day provides lots of fun in East Shelby
EAST SHELBY – Horses pull a wagon of people for a ride today during Old Tyme Day at the East Shelby Community Bible Church. About 2,000 people attend the annual event, where pie, hot dogs, lemonade and other activities are offered for a penny.
Kids and some adults fire gum balls with a sling shot at a giant cutout of Goliath.
Sophia Johnston of Batavia takes a break with a mule named Lucy, which gave rides to kids during Olde Tyme Day.
These four kids watch a group do square dancing in the center of the recreated West Jackson Corners hamlet.
Jonathan Wasnoch, 17, of Medina works in the blacksmith shop.
Bob Murphy of Oakfield checks on the team of horses before they took another group on a ride. Murphy attends the East Shelby Community Bible Church and works with the horses on Olde Tyme Day.
David Green and other East Shelby firefighters were busy with traffic control during the day.
Church volunteers built this mini replica of the church for the West Jackson Corners hamlet. It was among the new additions to the day’s festival.
Today’s Olde Tyme Day had a Wild West theme and included a holdup of this stagecoach.
Elaine Renouf, left, and Alice Root were among the church volunteers who baked and served 300 pies – 2,400 slices altogether that sold for a penny apiece.