Freedom Park Freedom Park
2003 Schedule
VisitScotia.com - July 24th, 2003
Theater in the Park - Leader of the Pack
Thursday, July 24th - Sunday, July 27th at 7 PM in Freedom Park.

Theater in the Park is the summer branch of the Scotia-Glenville High School Drama Club. What hasquickly become a SGHS Drama tradition, the group has appeared in Freedom Park the last three summers with productions of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown", "Cinderella", and "Channel Surfing Survivors".

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2003 Eastern Regional Ski Show Tournament
Saturday, July 26th - Sunday, July 27th at 9 AM behind Jumpin' Jacks
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Electric City Chorus

A day of rain couldn't keep fans away from this years concert by the Electric City Chorus at Freedom Park.

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Freedom Park Concert Electric City Chorus
Freedom Park Concert The Refrigerators
Freedom Park Concert The Music Company Orchestra
Freedom Park Concert Monkey Gone Mad
Freedom Park Concert The Foy Brothers
Freedom Park Concert Out of Control
Freedom Park Concert Burners U.K.
Freedom Park Concert Ernie Williams
Freedom Park Concert Doc Scanlon's Rhythm Boys

Earnhardt Goodwrench 2000 Showcar

The folks at Village Mini Wheels, sponsored a special display with the Dale Earnhardt Sr. Memorial Trailer and the Earnhardt Goodwrench 2000 Showcar.

Scotia Centennial Spirit

Not many residents know that the Hollyhock is the official flower of Scotia. Historians tell us the Hollyhock was chosen because it takes two years to flower. Apparently it also took two years of work to establish Scotia as a village in 1904

Hollyhocks are now for sale to benefit the Village 2004 Centennial. Send Email BillP@visitscotia.com or call 374-3435 if you'd like more information on purchasing Hollyhocks to show your Scotia spirit.

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Village of Scotia, NY

Tree lined streets, award winning schools, playgrounds, fine dining and large parks make Scotia a wonderful place for a peaceful retirement or to raise a new family.

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