BISCO has had many patrons over the years, including the Village of Brockport, the Brockport Fire Department, the Brockport Central School District, and the College at Brockport. There have also been major cash donations from the larger businesses in the area, including Brockport Wegmans and Walmart.
This year the Brockport Arts Festival is sponsored by Bonduelle, the Village of Brockport, Casella Waste Systems and Brockport School District.
Come downtown to the canal stage for the Arts Festival After Dark and enjoy a concert brought to us by Bonduelle. Bring your lawn chair, no coolers, no backpacks, no glass. North of Forty will play from 7 pm to 9 pm.
The Duck Derby proceeds this year are dedicated towards creation of a Sensory Park within Sagawa Park at the heart of downtown Brockport. The proposed additions to the park will create a sensory stimulating family destination and contribute to establishing the park as an intergenerational gathering place. The folks at ReMax Titanium have taken the lead and the responsibility to conduct all aspects of the Duck Derby.
Duck Derby Sponsors include:
ReMax Titanium, Wegmans, 58 Main BBQ & Brew, Five Star Banks, Lowes, UR Medicine – Strong West, Brockport Smiles, and individuals in the Brockport community.
Thank You To Our Supporters
The Brockport Arts Festival works for the Village by bringing thousands of people from all over the area to visit us and spend their money here. BISCO is grateful for the assistance and participation of Brockport’s merchants and businesses. Membership in BISCO is one way to make sure that future arts festivals are successful for all, and that the projects that it helps to fund are the best for all concerned.