On August 6th the Moutardier Recreation Area at Nolin River Park will once again host the Rex Hurt Memorial NolinFest.
This year’s festival is filled with exciting events for all ages including fireworks, food, live bands, children’s activities, dancing, demonstration booths, an antique tractor show, a variety of vendors, and much more.
‘We’ve got a great line-up this year,” said Glenna Black, President of the Friends of Nolin River Lake, the nonprofit group organizing this year’s event. “We’re excited to be able to provide an opportunity for people have to enjoy all these activities right by the lake. There’s something for everyone.”
The 2011 NolinFest is a great chance for people to visit the lake, enjoy a lot of great food, music, and activities.
The Friends of Nolin have worked hard to organize NolinFest, and most of the activities that are scheduled are free to everyone
The music begins at the Moutardier picnic shelter on Saturday, August 6th, at 430 p.m. with a performance by Tommy Brown &the Country line Grass. The band plays Bluegrass. Ryan Ross Band is a country band that will follow Tommy Brown from 7:30- 10 pm..
In addition to the musical events, there will be variety of activities available throughout theday on Saturday at the Moutardier picnic shelter.
Visitors can participate in a 5K Run, Boat Poker Run, a cornhole tournament, a classic car show and even bungee jump. There will be inflatable and games will be available for a small fee.
In between activities, visitors can browse through several vendors booths. Anneta Volunteer Fire Department and other vendors will be selling food.