The festival promotes N.C. agricultural products and celebrates the state’s farming heritage. Festival attractions will include the Food & Wine Expo, Masons’ Carolina Pig Jig, the Amran Shriners’ N.C. Fish Fry, carnival rides, live music, children’s activities and about 1,000 pieces of antique farm equipment. In the grandstand, there will be a lumberjack show, a draft horse pull and Border collie herding demonstrations.
Admission and parking for the festival are free.
Click below to listen to Commissioner Troxler and Rhonda talk about the 2011 edition of the festival.
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