Livingston County is inviting residents to join in celebrating the County’s only owned and operated park during Al Lorenz Park Family Fest on Saturday, May 14, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Mount Morris.
The family-friendly event will feature free admission, games, food and activities throughout the day, while highlighting recent improvements the County has made there to trails, playgrounds and facilities. Activities will include a youth fishing derby, classic car cruise-in, guided geocaching tours, and more, said Livingston County Administrator Ian M. Coyle.
“We’ve put together something really special for County residents,” said Coyle. “This is going to be a great event in a beautiful setting, complete with food and live entertainment. We hope everyone will join us in celebrating our newly-improved 80-acre park.”
The event will coincide with the Annual Livingston County Safety and Wellness Fair, hosted by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Livingston County and Genesee Valley Health Partnership, at the County’s adjacent Murray Hill Campus. Organizers are encouraging Family Fest visitors to attend both events for a full day of family fun with Livingston County.
County officials are advising attendees to be aware of a current road closure on State Route 408 in the Town of Groveland. Drivers should plan ahead and follow all posted detour signs while traveling to Al Lorenz Park.
For a complete list of Family Fest activities, a park map, and more, please visit here.
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