32nd Annual 2013 Good Ol’ Days Entertainment Line-Up
Get your dancing shoes ready for Ernest James, a professional zydeco and blues musician for over 15 years. James draws on his southern roots to share with you his joy in his music. Tony LaCroix plays guitar; Barry Bob Barnes rubs the washboard for the band; DJ Clem plays bass guitar; the drum chair duties are shared between Mike Meyers and Jaisson C. Taylor.
Ernest James Zydeco is scheduled to perform on Friday, May 31 for the street dance at Skubitz Plaza from 8 – 11 pm. We hope to see you there!
Enjoy The Great American Medicine Show with Professor Farquar and Polecat Annie throughout the day on Saturday, June 1!
Professor Farquar sets entertainment back more than a century, to the days of the old-time "medicine show." The prestigious professor imparts comic chronicles, historic narratives, and unabashed balderdash. He is also a mystifying master of magic; with amazing demonstrations of illusion, psychic vision, sleight-of-hand, chicanery, hoodwinking and flimflam, he confounds even the most skeptical spectator.
Professor Farquar and Polecat Annie
Polecat Annie roams throughout the countryside, pulling an antique farm wagon full of archaic artifacts, telling tales and playing percussion for Professor Farquar’s Great American Medicine Show. Annie is familiar with all of the popular dances and diversions from the good old days. She can read your palm or your aura. She offers up personal instruction in rope twirling, tin plate juggling, lawn bowling, graces, pocket magic, cow patty spinning, and Indian games of skill.
The Good Ol' Days committee consists of Rhonda Dunn, Kellye Barrows, Janet Braun, Leah Bowman, Belynda Davenport, Holly Vanhooser, Judy Renard, Kayla Tinsley, Kelley Collins, Melissa Wise, and Millie Lipscomb.
Good Ol' Days comes to life under the direction of this committee and many other volunteers working together to provide a popular event for the citizens of this area. Festival organizers are always open to new ideas and welcome anyone who would like to become involved. If you would like to volunteer, contact Millie Lipscomb at 223-2334
"We are dedicated to keeping Good Ol' Days vital and alive and we welcome anyone's input."
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