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CV OUTDOORS FESTIVAL 2014
will be held September 6, 2014

Location 1 mile east of Westfield, on Rte. 49, across from Champlin Cemetery
More Information to follow
Shelly Wattles Coordinator

Plans are in Progress for the 2014 Festival to be
BIGGER & BETTER than EVER!

JEFF BOYER with the Science of Magic Shows will be returning.

New this year is local talent HOUSTON BAKER - sure to be a real crowd pleaser.  And more music will be playing throughout the day with the WISE GUYS, a fantastic duo from Corning that wowed the crowd last year, as well as the incredible PENNY ECKMAN singing in our Grand Finale as country legend Patsy Cline.

New Exhibits, Displays, and Demonstrations this year include a live observation bee hive from Draper's Super Bee Apiaries,  PANNING FOR GOLD by the Bald Eagle Chapter of the Gold Prospectors Association of America, and information on SCUBA DIVING courtesy of the Finger Lakes Underwater Preservation Association.

We'll also have Moon Rocks from NASA, Dinosaur bones and fossils, a climbing wall, Kid's Crafts, Cowboys, Civil War Re-enactors, chainsaw carving demonstrations, go-carts on dsiplay, a wildlife exhibit, and plenty of vendors, including the popular Crary Hose chicken barbecue and other food booths and farmer's market.

This year the CV Outdoors Festival has partnered with the Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  This partnership will enable your donations of $100 or more to be tax deductible, as well as qualify the Festival for grant money for quality educational exhibits, displays and entertainment.

Want to be a part of something great? The CV Outdoors Festival is looking for people willing to help make this year's event the best.  Help is needed in all areas - from merely spreading the word and distributing advertising materials to organizing the many and varied events that take place at the Festival.

Got a cute, cuddley critter that loves attention?  Bring it to be a part of our Farm Animal Petting Zoo.  Just call 570-376-2821 for details.

Any questions concering the Festival, please contact Shelly Wattles or Scott Tubbs at 814-326-4040.