The annual Mill Spring Fall Festival will be held Saturday at the Carnahan Community Park. The event will include music, craft vendors, food, and games. Event organizer Angela Clyburn said that there should be fun for all ages. The fun will begin at
10 a.m. and continue throughout the day.
Harold Condray’s Nashville Classic Group will kick off the entertainment slate at 11 a.m. Kenny Condray will sing and play the guitar at 1 p.m. At 1:30, Taylor Sedrick will perform on the banjo. At 3 p.m., Cross Roads will perform. Alive n Christ will perform at 5 p.m. An “open mic” will be held at 7 p.m. for young upcoming talent. During times when performers are not entertaining, a sound system will be running to provide music.
Clyburn said that approximately 20 vendors have committed to being at the festival. There will also be a bounce house, bunji jousting, sumo wrestling, along with many other games for the kids and adults alike.
The Mill Spring festival has always been noted for its food. Clyburn said this year will be no exception. The festival committee will be selling their famous fish dinners. Vendors will have baked goods and other foods as well.
“There should be something for everyone,” Clyburn said. “This will be the biggest festival held here in Mill Spring. The festival is sponsored by the Carnahan Community Park Association.”