KnobTober Fest is Coming to The Open Air Market
It's event season, my favorite time of the year.
Every weekend, there's almost always something fun and interesting to do. And coming up soon, will be the KnobTober Fest!
Last year, NJ and I went to the Fest and an event up at the Knob Noster State Park. Some of it is kinda fuzzy now in my memory, but I remember a very enterprising young woman ready to sell us fundraiser cookies, some kind of delicious cheese, lots of great booths, some pricey popcorn, and a whole host of interesting people.
Oh, and some kind of spiced peanuts. There were plenty of those around, I think it went along with a barbecue contest.
But anyway, that was last year! Let's move on to the possibilities of THIS year! Here's what they say they'll have, according to their Facebook page.
Vintage vendors, craft vendors, food vendors, business information booths, organizations that want to do fundraisers at a booth, game vendors.
Now keep in mind, this is part of the Open Air Market in Knob. It's something they've been doing every month since May to help raise money for the Knob Noster Community Care Organization. And this one is the last one of of year. So you're not gonna wanna miss out on this one. Plus, they're going to have live music at the Beer Garden from Manda Shae and the Sumpthin Bros. I don't have audio on my computer right now so I couldn't listen to them, but I get a kind of country/Americana vibe from them. You can check them out on their Facebook page.
If you're a vendor....At this point, it might be too late to sign up. Not sure about that. But, if you've got a booth and are willing to shoot your shot, you can go for it here. Hey, after all, the worst they can tell you is they're full up. If they're not, great!]
So yeah, the event will be on October 21, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If I remember last time, they had some signs for suggested parking. It wasn't hard to find a spot.
Either way, it's gonna be...a knobby good time? Sorry. That was bad. I'll see myself out.
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