Much of Hulberton and parts of Holley are known as "little Italy" because of the number of people with Italian ancestors.
Annually (weekend after Labor Day), St. Rocco's Festival is held in Hulberton. It is a fairly quiet festival with several lawns set aside for groups of bocce players. Tables and tents are set up to provide great food: pizza fritta and the pasta fagioli. The loud speakers have tarantellas bounding across the crowds: funiculi funicula. There are live entertainers on stage to provide energy to the gathering. The musicians use the old-time instruments that go with the ethnic tunes.
There will be souvenier vendors and a small parade of floats commerating St. Rocco (patron saint against plagues).
See website below for times.
to get there:
Hulberton Road across from St. Rocco's
Tourists are pretty safe from any crimes in the area because there are very few to begin with and the crimes are mostly home break-ins or property damage which have little impact on travelers. There is only one sex offender registered for the whole area.
So, tourists should be as safe here as they are at home as long as they use their normal safety procedures.
The region is a popular hunting area in the fall, so tourists should be aware of the dangers of hunting accidents and not go wandering into unfamiliar fields and woods where hunters may be stalking.