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Peanut Festival Update

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October 9, 2011, 10:37am
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Thanks to Jim Helmke for posting this information:
The welcome rains have made some changes to Peanut Fest Sunday...!!! The Ranch Rodeo at this time (8:20 am) is still on pending word from the promoter. Chili cook-off is cancelled as well as S. Texas Snake Handlers, S. Texas Gunfighters and all other OUTDOOR entertainment and music.

However, Just Cause, Scott Wiggins Band... and the big Josh Abbott concerts are goin'...! Only difference is all INSIDE the Civic Center. Music starts at 4:00. Tickets $10.00 for all. With up to three inches still forecast for today, you'll still see some top acts and not worry about getting soaked....!!! CU there...

Will post any other changes when they happen....!!

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Elaine K.  
October 9, 2011 10:39am
Watch for more updates as they become available. The Peanut Festival has been blessed with rain, but the Event Center will accommodate everyone and keep them dry under one roof! Come on out today!

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