Start the Holidays seasons with a lot of great activities in Gordon, Nebraska! Stores will be open for you enjoyments or shopping and savings! Don’t miss out on the exciting Harvest Festival!
Friday, October 23- Soup and Pie from 4 PM till we run out of Soup at Chamberlain Pier Funeral Home parking lot.
Saturday, October 24th –
Festival begins at 9:00 AM
Ø 10:00 AM creeper Races on Main Street
ages 8-11 & 12 – 14 (winner prizes)
Sign up at the Twister Sound Stage
Moms show us how tough you are!
10:30 AM Skillet Toss
located @ Sand Volleyball pit behind Covered Wagon
(winner receives a prize)
Ø Show and Shine Car Show
registration 9 – 11 AM
$15.00 entry fee
Show & Shine 11 AM – 2 Pm
Vote for your favorite:
People’s Choice Award in each Car/Truck/Bike Category
Overall Best of Show = 1 winner
Longest Traveled Distance Award = 1 winner
Awards to be given out by 2:30 PM; gather by the Twister Sound Stage
Car show will be on South Block of Main Street. For more information or to get your name on the list, please call Rachel at 402-694-1213
Ø Wine aerobics time!!
11:00 AM Wine Tasting located at Essence
$5.00 per person
Wine tasting from 11 AM – 4 PM
Ø 11:30 AM Lunch Free will donation at First National Bank.
All money donated goes towards the 2016 Harvest Festival!
Ø Lions Club Funnel Cakes
Ø 12:00 Noon Kids Costume Contest
Ø 12:30 PM RHS Choir
Ø 1:30 PM Kiddy Tractor Pull
Ø 2 PM Pumpkin Chunkin’ Contest (located behind the Covered Wagon)
Ø 2:30- 3:30 PM Griller Challenge
Ø Face Painting, Pumpkin Painting, Pumpkin Pond, Chalk Drawing, Pumpkin Bowing, & more
Ø Straw Bale maze ( bales may be purchased for $3.00 to benefit next years Festival)
Ø Community Home & Business Decorating contest
Coffee Nook Gordon Vision Center
Hinn's Clothing Hinn's Furnishing Homestead Building True Value The Closet First National Bank Bank of the West Just some of the great businesses joining in Harvest Festival Fun!
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