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Fairview Nature Fest to salute military Saturday

Enjoy music, games, food & fun

The 29th Annual Fairview Nature Fest will honor American veterans and active military with its 2013 theme “Red, White & Blue Salute” this Saturday, Sept. 14 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. All active military and veterans in uniform admitted free of charge. All branches will be recognized during the 10 a.m. opening ceremony.

Thanks to major sponsor Williamson Medical Center, this year's festival will offer an exciting family fun day in the park, featuring live music from all genres, children’s entertainers, free children’s arts and crafts, plus bouncy houses, clowns and a rock wall. There will be lots to captivate even the young at heart from magicians to aerial acrobats.

Headlining the entertainment will be Kori Jean Olsen and Mersi Stone. But arrive early for entertaining performances by Lane Johnson & the Jingo Jammers, David Langley, Michael Kelsh, Old Country Road, Britney Monroe, Grace Garrett – plus the Fairview Middle and Fairview High Choirs.

Nature Fest will continue with traditional attractions such as History Village and free hayrides through the park – plus loads of family-friendly fun from lakeside fishing and nature hikes to free Bingo, a silent auction, and the chance to win great door prizes.

Another highlight of the event will be over 60 vendor and craft booths plus a host of festival food booths. Enjoy a celebration of nature under the tall pine trees in Fairview’s beautiful 700-acre Bowie Nature Park. The park is located is west Williamson County off Highway 100. Fairview is located off Interstate 40 exit 182 and State Route 840 exit 7.

For more information on Nature Fest activities and entertainers at

Posted on: 9/9/2013


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