Four-Day Carnival Comes to Rehoboth’s Redway Plain In Celebration of the Town’s 375th Anniversary
The Rehoboth 375 Anniversary Committee is pleased to announce that Fanelli Carnival and Traveling Amusement Park will be coming to town from Thursday, July 26 through Sunday, July 29 at the Redway Plain off Route 44.
Attractions will include thrill rides, family rides and kiddie rides, plus fair food concessions and midway games. The Rehoboth 375 Committee will have a concession stand selling 375 commemorative items as a fundraiser for the 375 Parade on October 7.
A fireworks display will be offered on Friday, July 27 (rain date July 28). Carnival hours will be from 6 pm to closing (around 10 PM) on Thursday and Friday, and 12 noon to closing on Saturday and Sunday. There is a “wristband special” on Thursday from 6 to 10 PM.
Parking will be available on the Redway Plain with an entrance off Pond Street. There is no entrance from Route 44.
Rehoboth, Massachusetts is celebrating the 375 Anniversary of the town’s founding in 1643 with special events, programs and fundraisers throughout 2018.