Celebrating tomatoes at the Woodleaf Tomato Festival
There's all kinds of fun at the Woodleaf Tomato Festival
CLEVELAND — The Woodleaf Tomato Festival: celebrating the tomato and the farms that have been growing tomatoes in Woodleaf for more than a century.
Join the fun from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday., Aug. 15. There will be antique tractors, The Back Creek Bluegrass Boys at 9:15 and the All-Things-Tomato parade at 10 a.m., followed by the “Mayor of Woodleaf” contest (one 2-year-old candidate promises he knows how to say no), Little Miss Tomato contests for children, a silent auction, craft demonstrations, a tomato-eating contest, live music, games for children, a toy-tractor pull for children, food, tomatoes and other produce for sale.
This ninth annual event will be held on grounds of Unity Presbyterian Church, 885 Woodleaf-Barber Road, as fundraiser for church projects and local charities.
See www.facebook/woodleaftomato for more details.