March 31, 2021

After great consideration, the state mandated outdoor gathering restrictions are still too limiting for us to allow the traditional Oatka Festival. The full festival 2021 has been cancelled. We will have an adaptation including the 50/50 raffle and a drive through food pick up the weekend of July 17-18. For planning, timing and the safety of all attendees, this was decided to be the best choice for the continued health of our community. We were also facing the Wolcott Street project and WSS building repairs. These projects are fantastic for improvements, however, restricting the space that the public can gather.

If you are in town over that weekend or at any time in the summer, we encourage you to patronize our great shops, restaurants and businesses in LeRoy.

2022 will be bigger and better! We know it will be great to see everyone again, so SAVE THE DATE July 16-17 2022!

#comehomein2022!

Celebrating 31 years of community.

It may be a hometown festival, but you’ll feel right at home - even if you’re not from LeRoy! 

About the Oatka Festival

Each year the Oatka Festival, held on the banks of the scenic Oatka Creek, starts off with a gala musical parade. Many local churches and organizations provide the food choices and the continuous entertainment is family oriented.

Another highlight of the Festival is the arts and crafts show overlooking the scenic Oatka Creek. Many classes and families plan their reunions to coincide with the weekend and there is a "coming-home atmosphere" for all who attend.

Please remember that pets, skateboards and bikes are not allowed on the festival site.

HISTORY

The first Oatka Festival was held in 1989. Each year, the festival is held on the banks of the scenic Oatka Creek and starts off with a gala musical parade.

© 2019 Oatka Festival, Inc.

Photography credit:
Howard Owens: howardowensphotography.com

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