Columbus, North Carolina

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Event# 828-817-0194

Event Details

One of Polk County's biggest events celebrating our rural heritage. Antique car and truck show. Crafters and artisans. Bluegrass, country and gospel music all day long. Storytellers. Festival parade at 9:30 am. Always the Saturday after Labor Day. 9am - 3pm.

Door prizes all day. Farm animals for the kids to enjoy. Wagon rides. Award winning BBQ. Fireman's barrel roll competition. Farmer's Market for fresh fruit and vegetables, baked goods, preserves, honey, jelles, jams. Country store items for sale, tractor pull, plus hot dogs, lemonade, and ice cream.

In 2012, on Thursday, September 6th there will be 'The Edge of Polk Cross-Country 5k' and 'Poor Man's Supper from 5:30-8:30pm with registration beginning at 6:30 for race. These two events are all fund-raisers for the Green Creek Community Center.

Off Hwy 9, turn at Green Creek Fire Department onto Green Creek Road (only goes one way), go to top of the hill and stop

Green Creek Township, behind the Fire Department.

Address : Green Creek Community Center Columbus North Carolina
Phone : 828-817-0194   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Admission and parking is free.

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