Palmer Community Weekend

Palmer Community Staff 2024 Dates
August 15th -18th

Palmer Township Community Weekend is more than just an event - it's a vibrant celebration that pulses with the heartbeat of our community!

Picture this: Fairview Park, bathed in golden sunlight, teeming with laughter and excitement. Families, friends, and neighbors converge, their faces lit up with anticipation. The air hums with the promise of adventure, and the scent of delicious food wafts through the crowd.

Here's how we're turning up the excitement dial for this year's festivities:

  1. Movie Night: As the sun sets, the introduction to the fun begins with our youngest community members enjoying a movie under the night sky.
  2. Epic Rides and Games: Buckle up for rides that make you scream and giggle. We have games that will excite your toddler as well as challenge your teenager.
  3. Music That Moves You: Our live music lineup is hotter than a midsummer sun! Picture bands jamming under the star-studded sky, their melodies weaving through the crowd. Whether you’re into rock, jazz, or toe-tapping folk tunes, we’ve got your groove covered.
  4. Taste Sensations: Prepare your taste buds for a flavor explosion! Palmer Township Organizations line the pathways, offering everything from sizzling barbecue to sweets and treats. Imagine sinking your teeth into a juicy burger fresh off the grill, or a sweet frosty ice cream treat.
  5. Community Spirit: That feeling you mentioned? It's the pulse of COMMUNITY. It's the shared laughter, the high-fives, and the warm embraces. It's the sense of belonging that wraps around you like a cozy blanket. Whether you're catching up with old friends or making new ones, this weekend is all about fun, laughter, and memories that will last a lifetime.
  6. The works…FIREWORKS!!!!: Just when you think the excitement has peaked, the night sky erupts in a kaleidoscope of colors - fireworks that crackle and bloom, painting the darkness with magic.

To make this event a blast, we have some simple dos and don'ts. These rules are here to ensure everyone is able to enjoy a safe and fun event. Thank you for your cooperation.

Palmer Township Community Days Code of Conduct / Rules

Palmer Township Community Days are all about fun and there are a handful of rules in place to ensure good times for all. For the safety and convenience of all our guests, the following are not permitted at Palmer Township Community Days:


  • Political advertising: NO banners, signs or canvassing
  • Smoking in any form, including Vaping, is prohibited under the main tent and pavilion areas.
  • Bringing outside food or beverages to Fairview Park grounds
  • Bringing Coolers (exception: Authorized Vendors)
  • Removing alcoholic beverages from this Event
  • No Pets (exception: Certified Service Dogs)
  • Bikes, skateboards, roller blades, hoverboards
  • Laser pointers
  • Defacing any Palmer Township property (will result in prosecution)
  • Drones on or over the Fairview Park grounds (except as Authorized only)

Code of Conduct:
The Palmer Township Board of Supervisors strive to create a safe, clean, comfortable, and enjoyable environment for all guests attending Palmer Township Community Days. Guests attending are required to exhibit appropriate behavior and refrain from the following:

  • Behavior that is unruly, disruptive, or illegal in nature
  • Fighting or other behavior deemed detrimental to the experience of other guests
  • Intoxication or other signs of alcohol impairment that result in irresponsible behavior
  • Foul or abusive language or obscene gestures
  • Failing to follow instructions of Emergency Responders and Staff or management
  • Verbal or abusive harassment of Staff, vendors, and other guests
  • Disturbing other guests’ enjoyment
  • Displaying obscene or indecent messages or images on signs or clothing
  • Violating any local, state, or federal laws

Guests engaged in any of the above actions may immediately be ejected from Fairview Park grounds.
Ejected guests will not receive a refund for tickets (where applicable) or be compensated in any way.
Guests are encouraged to report inappropriate behavior to the nearest Staff and/or Emergency Responder or call 911.
A Police Officer may be located throughout the Fairview Park grounds, or contact the Police Command Post, located at the Fairview Street Park Entrance.

*** Please be aware the pickleball and tennis courts will be closed at 12pm Aug 14th-18th
*** Please be aware other areas of the park may also be off limits during Palmer Community Weekend, and during the set up and tear down of the event.

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