Celebrate best of the city at Newcastle Days

August 30, 2013

By Staff

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Newcastle will celebrate its 19th year as an incorporated city Sept. 7 with the annual Newcastle Days festival.

The daylong event at Lake Boren Park will look a bit different, though. The car show and many of the vendor tents have been scrapped, replaced by a large pay-for-play area featuring a climbing wall, obstacle course and more.

File Newcastle Days attendees play with a vintage hand cranked corn mill at the 2012 event.

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Newcastle Days attendees play with a vintage hand cranked corn mill at the 2012 event.

The celebration still has old favorites, including displays from Newcastle Trails and the Newcastle Historical Society, as well as the Newcastle Chamber of Commerce’s beer and wine garden.

Four music acts will perform at the festival, headlined by the band White, featuring Newcastle resident Alan White. Hairstorm, Seatown Rhythm and Blues Players, and the Ricky Venture Revue will also perform.

The festival runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Look for maps, articles and schedule information for this year’s event in the 2013 Newcastle Days guide in this edition of Newcastle News.

 

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