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38th annual Autumn Jubilee this weekend

10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 6-7

This annual festival attracts more than 45,000 visitors from across Rowan County and the state. Held the first weekend in October, the Autumn Jubilee celebrates the season with live music, entertainment, food and craft vendors.
This year, bring the family out and enjoy the more than 100 craft vendors, Heritage Village, The Kids Zone, magician, pumpkin painting, face painting, silliness with the Interactive Theater of Jef and the Knighty Order of the Fiat Lux, as well as the rock wall and bungee jump soap, the soap bubble circus, the 3-story inflatable slide and moon bounce.
Participate in “live” dinosaur fun, ride one of three miniature trains, visit the Hurley Train Station, ride Hayden’s carousel, take a paddleboat ride, play miniature golf on the ADA mini golf course and even go gem mining at the Minor Moose Gem Mine.
The Wildlife Adventure Center will be open as well as the T.M. Stanback Petting Barn.

Entertainment schedule
Saturday
11:30 a.m. Mailvis
Noon Wayward Reason
2 p.m. Mailvis
3 p.m. Too Much Sylvia

Sunday
10:30 a.m. Praise Grass Band
11:30 a.m. Mailvis
Noon Darrell Harwood
2 p.m. Mailvis
3p.m. HeartBreaker

More than 100 craft vendors will be located behind the
carousel and playground,and in the food area

There is free admission, free parking, handicapped parking and rides, shuttle pick-up located in front parking lot
No tobacco, no pets, no bikes, no rollerblades, no skates, no skateboards
For more information call 704-216-7803 or visit https://www.rowancountync.gov/550/Autumn-Jubilee

Participate in “live” dinosaur fun at the Autumn Jubilee

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