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HUNTINGDON (September 28) — Temperatures were in the mid-90s and the weather was dry for the 27th annual Heritage Day Festival in downtown Huntingdon. The event featured music, games, story …
HUNTINGDON (September 28) — Temperatures were in the mid-90s and the weather was dry for the 27th annual Heritage Day Festival in downtown Huntingdon. The event featured music, games, story telling, arts and crafts, 5K race, and lots of food.
The Ed and Sarah Smith Family was honored as the Pioneer Family and Mike Cary was honored as the Outstanding Citizen of the Year. (see separate newspaper article).
The children’s stage, sponsored by the Huntingdon Animal Clinic, featured family entertainment from:
11 a.m. — Paris Landing State Park Birds of Prey Presentation.
11:30 a.m. — Dixie Carter PAC Reading of “Llama, Llama” by Trudy Radford.
12 p.m. — Paris Landing State Park Reptile Presentation.
12:30 p.m. — Carroll County Library presents “We’re Wild About Reading.”
1 p.m. — Birdsong School of Music Mini-Concert.
1:30 p.m. — HHS Science Club.
The Carroll Bank & Trust Bandstand Stage hosted a variety of live music acts, 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Carroll Arts presented its annual storytelling event at the Huntingdon Police Department from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Storytellers included Jennifer Thornton, Kathy Ham, Jason Martin, Mark Warren, Randy McCadams and Andrew Evans. Brittany Martin sang during the event.