Six Girls Contend For 35th Annual Bluegrass Festival Queen
Five local girls and one girl from the Muscatine, IA. Area will be competing this year for the honor of Miss Kahoka Bluegrass 2007, representing the 35th annual festival of bluegrass music. The local girls are Karissa Boudreau, Bailey Brooks, Nicole Adams, Jorden Plenge, Rebecca Howell, and Ashley Weeks from Muscatine, Iowa.
The winner of the coveted title of Miss Kahoka Bluegrass 2007 will be presented at the Bluegrass Festival at 5 p.m. Saturday, August 18 at which time the new queen will be crowned by the 2007 Queen, Courtney Drummond.
The Kahoka Festival of Bluegrass Music, celebrating its 35th year which opens on Wednesday, August 15 will run through Saturday, August 18 and will feature twelve bands including Gary Waldrep, Gerald Evans and Paradise, The Faris Family, The Wagner Family, The Sally Mountain Show, Bluegrass Traditions, Southern Accent, Blue and Gray Pickers, Larry Wallace, Lindley Creek, The Chris Hill Band and The Flying Feet Cloggers. The campground will open on Sunday, August 12, 2007.
The highlight of the Friday evening show, starting at 7:30, is the popular Fiddler’s Frolic with The Flying Feet Cloggers.
Tuesday night will get the festivities started with the annual carry-in supper starting at 6:30. Drinks will be furnished and everyone is invited to come and bring a covered dish and enjoy the fellowship, food, and great music. The gate will be free on Tuesday. The Lions Club will have their delicious homemade ice cream available.
For more information call 573-853-4344 or email email@example.com.