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Norman Fall Festival October 18-19

Make plans to attend the 2019 Norman Fallfest to be held October 18-19 on the square in Norman.

The schedule is shaping up with plenty to do Friday and Saturday.

Friday will include a parade and pageant along with a tractor show,karaoke/talent show, and a carnival provided by Hulsey Amusements. There will also be a free outdoor movie .

This year’s event will feature the first ever James Hughes Memorial Scavenger Hunt 100 pot. The scavenger hunt will have a $10 entry fee for individuals and a $20 entry fee for teams.

Hulsey Amusements will have the carnival attractions set up Saturday as well. Charlie Hunt will provide live music Saturday as well.

Craft vendors will be set up Saturday. Electric and wifi will be available for vendors at an additional fee. There will also be a rust bucket contest, carved/decorated pumpkin contest and baggo tournament. There will be a $5 fee per team for the baggo tournament.

There will be a hayride, T-Rex run, recycle drive raffle, costume contest, haunted bus, Peterbilt truck show, petting zoo and the Game and Fish Commission traveling aquarium.

Sponsorships are still available. There are three levels: Bronze ($20 minimum), Silver ($50), and Gold ($100 or more). All sponsors will have their name on festival T-Shirts and Silver and Gold sponsors will receive a free shirt. The deadline for monetary donations is September 27. Businesses can donate items to be used as door prizes and raffle prizes. All proceeds will be used to fund the event and others like it. Checks can be mailed to Kasey Lybrand, PO Box 427, Norman AR 71960.

There are still vendor spaces available as well. Anyone interested in being a vendor at the event contact Kasey Lybrand.

For more information, or updates visit their Facebook page at Norman Arkansas Fall Festival.

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