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Acorn Festival will return Sept. 11

Posted on August 2, 2021

Updated on August 8, 2021

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The annual Four Oaks Acorn Festival features a Kids Zone with inflatables.

Photo courtesy of Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce

The annual Four Oaks Acorn Festival features a Kids Zone with inflatables.

FOUR OAKS — The 32nd Acorn Festival is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, in Four Oaks.

The festival will offer live music, food trucks, antique cars and tractors, shopping, a business expo, and children’s activities, including the Kids Zone. New rides this year are Pirates Revenge and Ninja Extreme.

Camp Flintlock will offer family activities, fife and drum corps performances and musket demonstrations.

The Main Street Classic Car and Tractor Show will again include the People’s Choice Awards. The entertainment lineup includes the Louis Waymore Band and Glen Shelton, whose songs have charted on the country and Christian country charts.

The festival will open with a 9/11 remembrance.

It’s not too late for businesses to take part in the festival. Go to fouroakschamber.com, click on the Events tab and complete the registration form.

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