Perry is in the heart of Western New York, at the gateway to Letchworth State Park, the Grand Canyon of the East...and steps away from the shores of Silver Lake and its famous Sea Serpent.
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NEW YEAR'S EVE: Last Night Perry 2018
This annual tradition never disappoints. With events and activities that range from music and the arts to active games and sports activities, there's no shortage of fun to be had.
Check out the 2018 schedule of events!
See you there!
JUNE 2018: New York State Puppet Festival
This exciting new festival will feature international traditional & contemporary puppetry is coming from June 14-24, 2018. Ten days, over 30 artists, 19 shows, 5 public workshops, 1 puppet art exhibition, 1 puppet film screening, 1 panel discussion, post-show Q&A with artists, opening & closing receptions!
The New York State Puppet Festival is presented by Josh Rice Projects and supported by grants from WCRAI and ACWC. Sponsored by the Perry Main Street Association.
News: Village of Perry Initiatives
Silver Lake Feasibility Study
This project has interesting, exciting 'quality of life' and recreation impacts. Silver Lake Feasibility Study project documents are posted on the village initiatives page.
You can download the documents from the Open House Information session with concept sketches, drawings and other information there.
If you have questions about village initiatives, reach out to the village, or contact us. We'll route them for you.
These banners were added to the new lightpoles in Spring 2017. They follow the same themes and design as the original community banner series, produced in 2011. This new set is sized for the new light poles installed on Main Street in 2016. When you see a Rotarian, be sure to say thank you for funding this new group of banners.
Perry Has An Official Book: Henry Loves Hills
Henry Loves Hills is Perry's official book written by Perry native Patrick E. Brennan in response to a competition organized by Read Around Perry, a Rotary-initiated community literacy program with support from the Town of Perry Bicentennial Committee in 2014. It tells the story of a school bus, named Henry, who negotiates the beautiful rolling hills of Perry bringing children to and from school everyday.
Henry, and driver Ed, confront and overcome their biggest challenge taking readers on a trip through a major snow storm. Sally Snowplow helps out.
Brennan, who graduated from PCS, based Henry Loves Hills on his experience of a bus ride during the infamous Blizzard of 1977. Dan Butler, a Village of Perry resident and 2015 Perry Chalk Art Festival featured artist, is the illustrator.