Horses, floats and color guards will join the festivities of the city's annual Falling Leaves Festival during a parade Sunday in the Main Street area.
The three-day festival will open Friday with most food and craft vendors set up in Jefferson Street Park near Main Street.
A variety of foods will be available including chicken dinners and Native American fare.
Other events include a pancake breakfast Saturday morning in Congregational Methodist Church, a library book sale beginning Friday across from the park on Broad Street, shows for new and classic cars, a carnival in Paul Owens Park, crafts and a flea mart.
Registrations are being accepted today for the classic and antique car show Sunday. Contact the Salamanca Area Chamber of Commerce at 945-2034. There is a $7 entry fee. Prizes will be awarded.
A carnival provided by Fun City Amusements will be set up on Sycamore Avenue.
The festival is coordinated by the office of Mayor Carmen A. Vecchiarella who urged residents to hold weekend lawn and garage sales.