With more than 100 vendors covering more than 1,600 feet of booth space, the festival’s organizers hope to have something to appeal to all ages and interests. From local festival favorites, like the Face Painting Fairy and Artsy Fartsy, to area newcomers, like By Hammer and Fire, there should be something for everyone to look at as they enjoy concerts from local groups and a free children’s play area. Nonprofits, such as Backyard Blessings and Mission of Hope, will also be exhibiting at the event to raise awareness of their efforts to provide for needy residents.
The entertainment schedule for the day is:
9:30 a.m. — Elvis tribute artist Terry Padgett
11:15 a.m. — Motel Ice Machine
12:15 p.m. — Corner Cabaret
1:15 p.m. — St. Joseph's Church Youth Choir
2 p.m. — Elijah Butler Band
3:30 p.m. — Kool Katz
Admission to the event is free.
There will be a variety of food vendors at the event and area restaurants will open their doors as well.
There will be no alcohol sold at the event and no alcohol will be allowed on the premises. Dora police will be on hand to ensure all attendees have a safe, fun time.
For more information or a diagram of vendor booths, visit www.facebook. com/horsecreekjubilee, the website at www.horsecreekjubilee.com or call 205-648-3211.