Campers, visitors and local folks came to the Upper West Fork
Park (Chloe) to barbecue, enjoy food, participate in dozens of
special events, but most of all, enjoy lots of bluegrass music

The Upper West Fork Volunteer Fire Department said the crowd picked
up toward the weekend, reporting few problems over the three-day event

Cloggers kicked up their heels on the
concrete dancing floor in front of the stage

Bands and singers performed one hour sets throughout the festival

It was an enthusiastic audience, a highlight (right) was when UWVFD
fire chief Randy Perkins "won" the opportunity to kiss a goat

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