Centreville Day is the quintessential fall family festival hosted by the Town of Centreville in downtown Centreville on Lawyers Row & Broadway (closed to traffic) and the front and back lawns of the historic Queen Anne’s County Courthouse.
For 11 years, families from the region have enjoyed a day’s worth of free activities for the whole family such as an Idol talent show, pumpkin bowling and pumpkin painting and other activities in the ever-popular Kids Zone.
Other Centreville Day event features include final judging for the “Great Centreville Cookie” contest (Entry deadline: Tuesday, October 18th) and more than 30 vendors, representing businesses, community organizations, and food vendors.
Last year the event footprint was extended to Broadway where “Scary Games on Broadway” made its debut with diverse games for kids of all ages, including the Centreville version of “Candy Lane” with a giant game board on the street, arcade games, and a Pac-Man tournament.
Centreville Day is a Town of Centreville event that is planned and executed by a group of community volunteers in coordination with the Centreville Main Street program, and is made possible through the support of corporate sponsors.
This year’s Media Sponsor is Shore Update. 2021 Centreville Day event corporate sponsors were: Queenstown Bank; Shore United Bank; Callahan’s Gas & Appliance; Rosendale Realty; Cal Gray III; Davis Moore Shearon & Associates, LLC; Kent School; Lane Engineering, LLC; Queen Anne’s County Library; Wye River Upper School; and Tri Gas & Oil.
To learn more about Centreville Day or for contest registration forms contact Carol D’Agostino, Main Street manager, at (410) 758-1180, ext. 17 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The vendor form for businesses and non-profits is available online at centrevillemdevents.com.