BLUEGRASS SOUNDS ON THE FORK - 7th Festival At Upper West Fork Park Continues


Bluegrass Festival 2003

The 7th annual Upper West Fork Fireman's Bluegrass Festival has its second day, with bluegrass music coming from the main stage. In case of rain there is shelter.

The festival will conclude Saturday night with a giant fireworks display.

Firefighters say it will be the biggest fireworks display yet. It will commence at 9:30 p.m.

The event is held at the fireman's park at Chloe, a short distance north of the I-79 Big Otter exchange on State Route 16.

There will be lots of bluegrass music with nine different bluegrass bands performing throughout the festival.

There will be a Miss Bluegrass Pageant held in the fire department building on Friday at 6 p.m.

Bingo players get ready! There will be bingo all three days of the festival.

Other new things offered are dime toss, dart throw, and a country store that's offering a large selection of items for sale.

Yard sellers, crafters, and flea marketers can bring items they have for sale.

Set up fee is $5 a day. Food, will be available from the kitchen.

There will be 50/50 drawings and a Pig Roast.

Firefighters are welcoming community members and regional residents to the fundraiser.

Camping sites are available for only $5 a day electric fee, first come, first served.

Admission is only $5 a day, under 12 in free.