Community Events

Bear River Cherry Carnival


The Bear River Cherry Carnival is held each year in mid-July and is sponsored by the Bear River Fire Department.


The activities vary each year, but are sure to include the sale of cherries.



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Bear River Cherry Carnival History


In 1780 it was discovered that cherry trees would grow well in this area.


In 1893, George Brooks made the cherry trees the focus of a celebration.


This celebration was and still is a thank you to the hard-working men and women of the village.


The celebration soon would be known as the Bear River Cherry Carnival.



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This plaque was awarded to Fred Read for winning the 3 Mile Race at the 1910 Cherry Carnival



Throughout the years the Cherry Carnival has been hosted by several organizations, for the past fifty plus years it has become the annual fund-raiser for the Fire Department.












The BRFD serves a fantastic “all you can eat” breakfast on the first Saturday of each month, except for July.



Breakfast is served from 7am until 10 am



Menu: delicious homemade baked beans, bacon, sausages, eggs, hash browns, toast and buttermilk pancakes with syrup. There is also tea, coffee and apple juice.



This is a great place to meet and reminisce with old friends and make some new acquaintances while enjoying a great breakfast feast.



Proceeds of the breakfast go towards the purchase of new equipment and maintenance of existing equipment.



2020 Pricing

Adults - $ 10.00

12 & Under - $ 5.00

5 and under- Free



Below is a list of dates for BRFD breakfasts in 2020:


January 4

February 1

March 7

April 4

May 2

June 6

August 1

September 5

October 3

November 7

December 5

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