WEOGUFKA, Ala. – The Weogufka Center will host a Farm Day tomorrow, Oct. 22.

The event is scheduled to start with breakfast at 6:30 a.m. Between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m., an old fashioned Halloween carnival will take place for children of all ages. The carnival will feature a fortune teller, duck pond, cakewalk, country store, and more to bring back the memories of Weogufka history. A cake auction will begin at noon. Also, throughout the day, visitors can visit the Museum of Old Farm Equipment and observe the antique car and truck show.

“There are going to make syrup Saturday morning. There will also be lots of antique cars and many groups will be singing,” said Linda Palmer, Director of Concessions.

Bobby G. from Yea!106.5 will keep the crowd entertained while playing oldies. Concessions will be located behind the Old Syrup Mill and in the gym.

“There will be all types of food. Hamburgers, hot dogs, BBQ, and sno cones are available at the concessions,” said Palmer.

Admission to the event is $2 per car and vendors pay $10 per booth. Attendees are encouraged to bring their whole family out for a day of fun.

The Weogufka Center is located at 20149 County Road 29, Weogufka.

To donate old pictures or memorabilia about a teacher, contact Ms. Linda Alexander at (256) 234-0030. Contact Mr. Johnny Faulkner at (256) 267-1718 for camper space. Contact Mr. Jerry Reeves at (256) 267-1718 to display your antique cars and trucks. For information regarding vendor booths, contact Melvin Palmer at (256) 249-8885. Contact Ms. Lynn Varner at (256) 245-9760 for questions about music. For merchandise and promotions, call Ms. Margaret Thornton at (256) 234-2186.

Caitlyn McTier for SylacaugaNews.com | © 2016, SylacaugaNews.com/Marble City Media LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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