The final day of the 39th annual Wood Festival concludes with the Grand Parade at 1 p.m. with young Jake Krack as the Parade Marshal. followed by a special street performance by Heartwood in the Hills. The Quilt Show will be open all day at the Senior Center and the Calhoun County Auto Show will be open from 9 to 5 at the old CCHS parking lot.

David Ferguson will be sculpting wood most of the day near the Senior Center and there is an archery shoot (Nobe Knockbusters) at the old high school field starting at 9 a.m.

Tonight there's music on the Main Street Stage starting at 5 p.m. Gary Bonnett, Patchwork Cloggers, Jake Krack and Placid Vive.

David Ferguson from Williamstown sculpts wood

Blurgrass musicians do the side-show

Country Mountaineers perform on center stage

Seniors have front row seat

"Red on the Head" enjoys festival

Carnival time

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