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Weogufka to host Mule Day April 24
By Christa Jennings
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to gradually ease up statewide, the Weogufka Center for Arts, Education and Entertainment is gearing up for Mule Day this year.
The 2021 Mule Day event is scheduled for Saturday, April 24, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. All activities, including food being sold, will be outdoors.
The Weogufka Center currently plans for the day to include not only mules, but also wagon rides; pony rides; vendors; fresh produce; food, including fried apple pies; live bluegrass bands on the grounds; vintage cars; a cake auction; yard sale sponsored by Weogufka Neighborhood Watch; T-shirts; and more.
This will be an all-day family friendly event, and there will be a $5 charge per car for admission. The vendor fee is $30 per site.
Those interested in being vendors for the event are welcome and are asked to contact Melvin Palmer at 256-249-8885 for more information or to reserve a site.
Additionally, for those wishing to camp out at the event, a limited number of campsites are available. Those interested in reserving a campsite are also asked to contact Palmer for information.
Mule Day guests will be asked to follow the state COVID-19 guidelines in effect at that time. If it is raining the event will be canceled.
For more information on this year’s Mule Day call 256-249-9682 or 256-487-1304.