This page provides information on the additional activities hosted by the Warwick Lions. If you are interested in volunteering, email us at email@example.com
Applefest -The Warwick Lions Club is proud to be a part of Warwicks famous Applefest. We sell Hot Dogs, apples topped with hot carmel, and drinks. Applefest attracts artists from all over the Northeast and beyond, and has become an event everyone looks forward to the entire year. Applefest has been selected as one of the top ten festivals in the "Top 100 Events in North America". There are typically over 30,000 people that decend on Warwick to attend this festival!
Ultamania Basketball - this is the 'ultimate' basketball game and takes place in the Warwick Middle School gym. It pits the Elementary and Middle School teachers against the High School teachers. There are foul shooting contests and the infamous half time mid court shot contest. The fund raiser is always packed with students routing for their favorite teachers. All money raised goes right back to the Warwick community or to hearing and sight specific foundations. It's a fun evening for all the family!
The Warwick Lions participate in the JDRF event each year in Goshen, NY
The JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes is a fun-filled charity walk held in locations all around the world. The Walk raises funds for the millions of people living with and affected by type 1 diabetes (T1D). Participants, walking alone or in teams, raise money for JDRF—the largest nongovernmental funder of T1D research.
Salvation Army Bell Ring
Every December you'll see the Lions, Leo's, families and friends of the Warwick Lions ringing the bells for the Salvation Army. Look for us outside Shoprite and Akins in Warwick.
On Sale prior to Easter
Easter Bunny Sales -these Bunnies are solid dutch chocolate and are a favorite at Easter. Sale of the Bunnies provide important funding to the Albany Eye Institute.
You'll find the Lions Mints being sold in a variety of businesses in Warwick.
Trunk or Treat
This activity hosted by the Warwick Lions and committee started in response to the storms we've had in previous years during Halloween. The event includes a DJ to keep the children engaged, a trunk decorating contest and costume contest. The judges for the 2013 contest were State Assembly Annie Rabbit, Mayor Michael Newhard and Town Supervisor Michael Sweeton.
ShopRite was very generous with their donations of apple cider, donuts, water and candy.
The Warwick Valley Senior Class hosted a Haunted Hallway as a fundraiser for people after the Trunk or Treat.