St. Elmo Labor Day Celebration
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ST. ELMO LABOR DAY WEEKEND EVENTS
Friday, August 31 - Monday, September 3, 2018
2018 Parade Theme “American Pride: Honoring Our First Responders"
Colors - Red, White, Blue
Friday, August 31
7:00p.m. Junior Mayor Contest- Open to any child between 8 and 10 years old in the Saint Elmo school district. Sign-up forms will be available at Daryl's Dine In, Saint Elmo Library, T & J Food Mart, and Mary Ann's. No entry fee will be charged. Registration will be open through August 26.
Haley Wilhour Memorial 5K Run- Registration from 7:30-8:00a.m. Race starting at 8:00a.m. $20 entry fee, with net proceeds being donated to the family of Haley Wilhour
Trunk Sale at the Saint Elmo Community Park. Spots available on a first come first served basis. $5/car, $10/pavilion. Contact Kimberly Baron at 618-231-2413
Bake Sale in the Centennial Building. Donations accepted Friday 6-8 and Saturday morning.
8:00a.m. City Wide Garage Sales
1:00p.m. Chili Cook-Off in the Centennial Building. Sign-up will begin at 12:30. $10 entry fee. For more information you may call or text Kimberly Baron at 618-231-2413.
4:00p.m. Corn Hole Tournament (Adults Only) Team sign-up the day of the event until 3:00p.m. in the Centennial Building. $10 entry fee per team.
7:30p.m. Free Outdoor Family Movie at the Park. Concessions open at 7:30. Movie will start at Dusk.
Sunday, September 2
6:00p.m. Gospel Sing at St. Elmo Christian Church- Fourgiven Quartet
Monday, September 3
6-9:30a.m. Pancake breakfast at the Firehouse.
10:30 a.m. Parade begins. Line up at high school at 9:00 a.m. Route:Parade South
of Walnut, West on Third to the Park. $5 entry fee, the day of the
Parade. Entry forms can be found on the left hand side of this page.
12:00p.m. Events, Games and Concessions Booths open in the Park on W. 3rd St.
12:30p.m. Play: An Abbreviated History of Saint Elmo
1:00p.m. Parade Winners Announced by The Lion's Club
SEBA Bingo- In front of the Centennial Building on Third Street
1:10p.m. Saint Elmo Story Tellers Q & A- Come armed with questions about history of our hometown.
2:00p.m. Water Fights sponsored by The Saint Elmo Fire Department
5:00p.m. Space Camp Council will perform.
5:00p.m. Lion's Club Cake Walk
6:00p.m. 50/50 Drawing Winner and Citizen of the Year Announcements
Soul Riot will perform