Fort Loudon Peach Festival slated Aug. 15

August 10, 2015 - garden totes

The fifth annual Peach Festival will be hold on Saturday, Aug 15, from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. during a Community Grounds in Fort Loudon.

Visitors can suffer pink pie, pink cobbler, pink sundaes, pink cream puffs, sandwiches, French fries, flue cakes, kettle corn and soothing drinks. Chicken-Bar-B-que will be accessible during 11 a.m. until sole out.

Entertainment will be supposing by a Shippensburg Swing Band, Wacky Wizard Magic Show and Gospel Music by internal musician, John Brink.

There will be lots of activities for immature people, including tub sight rides, face painting, a goldfish pitch, divert can toss and Giant Castle moon bounce. Willy Bill, a clown, will wander via a drift from noon until 2 p.m., creation animal balloons for a kiddies. Smoky Bear and Ranger Lynn will be benefaction from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

The Kindly Canines Therapy Dogs will be on site during 11 a.m.

The Ryan Walls Racing Team will be benefaction with a competition automobile (#39) and will be signing autographs.

Trooper Ed Asbury, PA State Police, will be on site from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. He will yield information on child ID and can uncover relatives how to make their automobile seats safer. He will also have a noted military automobile for display.

The Giant Peach will be set adult for photo-ops.

The Breast Fairy will pass out materials compelling a breast cancer recognition module from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

The Pennsylvania Wood Mobile will be set adult on site via a day. The roving vaunt provides information on a state’s timberland resources and a timberland products industry.

Almost 70 qualification and home-based businesses will be set adult for a day. The renouned Art Show will be in a Community Center commencement during 9 a.m.

The auction with auctioneer Jeannie Pepple starts during 1 and will have a accumulation of equipment for sale: A framed, signed, numbered, imitation of James Smith banishment on Fort Loudoun, a Fort Loudon throw, present bag of garden supplies, cookbook, a signed, dated, numbered hand-carved wooden cane, a 1953 Fort Loudon Sesquicentennial booklet, receptacle bag with Mary Kay products, a tiny Longaberger Gatehouse basket, ceramic cookie jar, crib quilt, floral receptacle bag, receptacle bag with doggie treats and supplies, snowman Christmas label holder, Christmas tree skirts, an Amazing Grace wall hanging, cheese box palm embellished by Dixie Hoover, present certificates from area businesses and more.

Bring your grass chair and suffer a relaxing day in a country. Parking is free, acknowledgment is free. The village drift is located during Route 30 and Hawbaker Drive. Proceeds advantage Trinity United Church of Christ in Fort Loudon.

For a report of activities or some-more information call Anna Rotz 717-369-3318 or email

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