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5-20-2019

By SHAMIRA McCRAY smccray@florencenews.com

  • May 17, 2019

Food, clothing and craft vendors lined the space along with a bounce house, rock wall and other activities for children.

D.J. Dan E. Lockemy hosted Friday’s festivities. He started the festival with a tribute to fallen Florence officers Farrah Turner and Terrence Carraway who died following an ambush in October.

The Josh Brannon Band performed Friday following the national anthem and an invocation.

Festival organizers said 34 decorated cakes were entered in this year’s cake-baking contest. Six people judged the cakes, but as of press time, the winners had not been announced. Monetary prizes will be given to the winners:

>> First place – $300

>> Second Place – $200

>> Third Place – $ 100

 

Cakes were to be auctioned off after judging.

An Anything Rice contest was also held on Friday. Tents were set up on the lawn where people cooked and associated with each other. As of press time, the winners of the Anything Rice contest were also not announced.

Lockemy is also set to emcee the event today. The festival will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and include free canoe, kayak and pontoon board rides, free face painting by Ha-Ha the Clown, a balloon artist and the Palmetto Cruisers Car, Truck and Bike Show.

There will be live music, a barbecue chicken cook-off, militia soldiers, vendors and games, among several other activities.

More information about the festival can be found at johnsonvilleheritagefestival.com.

4-9-2019 The Josh Brannon Band will be the featured entertainment on Friday, May 17 at the Johnsonville Heritage Festival.  The local band from Georgetown County will play country music favorites from 8:00 until 11:00 p.m. 

Radio D.J.  Dan E. Lockemy will be at the festival Friday night and all day Saturday (May 18) with games and other entertainment for kids and the whole family.  HA HA the Clown also will be at the festival Saturday offering free face painting.

The festival features a baking contest on Friday and a barbecue chicken cook-off on Saturday.  Vendors will be selling food, arts, crafts and other goods during the two-day festival.  Admission is FREE!
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