Hometown Crawfordsville this Saturday
Annual harvest festival set for return with veterans’ parade, prize drawings, car show & more
firstname.lastname@example.org It’s one of the highlights of the fall… the annual Hometown Crawfordsville Harvest Festival, and it’s almost here!
If you haven’t already, mark your calendars for Saturday, Oct. 12, for the return of the populr family- friendly fair and fun-fest that will have Main Street jumping. It starts at 9 a.m.
Saturday and lasts until 4:30 p.m.
This year’s festival will feature live music, a classic car, truck and hot-rod show, a Veterans Parade, a bevy of arts & crafts vendors, and the always great food vendors.
Those are just some of the highlights visitors can expect. Paw Patrol will be on the scene this year in the children’s area. And of course, the drawings for great prizes and the silent auction will be back again.
Tickets for the prize drawings are, as always, only $1. This year’s prizes include:
• A Vizio 55-inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV, donated by Virginia and Jackie Caldwell.
• A Ruger 10/22 Rifle w/ Black Synthetic Stock, donated by Marotti Excavating (must be 18 years old, all local and federal laws apply)
• A Stihl BR-350 Backpack Blower, donated by Greenway Equipment of Marion
• A $300 Gas/Store Package at and Exxon/Mobil Station or Store, donated by Circle N Market
• A $500 Gift Certificate for CG’s Catering & Wyatt’s Cafe, donated by Hilda and Johnny Phillips (excludes specialty cakes, expires Dec. 31, 2020)
• A $500 Visa Gift Card, donated by True Value Home Center of West Memphis
• A $500 Visa Gift Card, donated by Vincent Soybean and Grain Co.
The drawing will take place at 4 p.m., at the Crawfordsville Hometown Festival on Oct. 13. You do not have to be present to win.
For information about the Veterans parade and vendors please contact a committee member: Contact Terri Watson at (901) 262-4874, Corine Miller at (870) 823-6000, or Jo Zachary at (870) 514-6143. For other information, contact Susan Marotti at (870) 636-5822 or Joe Marotti at (870) 514-0146.
Parking will be at the old Crawfordsville school, with a free shuttle service to the festival. All ages welcome. No pets please.