Pickle Festival


Goldsboro News-Argus - Pickle Festival

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N.C. Pickle Festival Official Schedule of Events Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce 123 N. Center Street, Mount Olive, NC 28365 919.658.3113 www.mountolivechamber.com 34DAG0417D© Main Day: Saturday, April 29 107.9 WNCT Main Stage On Center Street at Southern Bank 9:00 am Steel County Express 11:20 am Southbound 85 1:40 pm U.B.U. 4:00 pm Andrew Salgado Praise Stage On SW Center Street presented by Mount Olive First PH Church, WFMC and SAVEDNews.com 9:00 am Jerry Strickland 10:00 am B3 Student Ministries 11:00 am Mount Olive First PH Praise Band 12:00 pm Kevin Gardner 1:00 pm Apostle Norbert Simmons and The Gospelaires 2:30 pm Ted Chestnutt 3:30 pm Lessette Kornegay 3:45 pm Arise Daughters of Zion 4:15 pm Chiwanda McLamb 4:45 pm Bishop David Howell Mount Olive Tribune Dancers Stage On the Grass at North Center Street 9:00 am Tippy Toes Dance Studio 10:00 am Mrs. Robin's Academy of Dance 11:00 am The Arts Company of Faison 11:30 pm N.C. Pickle Princess Court 11:45 pm Desiree Autrey's Academy of Dance 12:15 pm Miss Goldsboro and Court 12:30 pm Miss Spivey's Corner 12:45 pm Center Stage Theater 1:00 pm Ballet Folklorico De Colores 1:30 pm Legacy Dance Project 2:00 pm Studio 33 Dance Studio 2:30 pm Wyldepine Players 3:30 pm Kelly Gallagher Irish Dancers 3:45 pm Floor Takers Nu Generation The News Argus Corner At Center and East James 9:00 am Naturalization Ceremony, Mount Olive Town Hall, 114 East James Street 9:00 am NC Pickle Festival Chili Cookoff, presented by South Bank & Goldsboro News-Argus 12:00 pm Pickle Eating Contest New! 2:00 pm The Mascot Race, presented by Bob 93.3 Friday, April 28 - All Events Downtown Dakota Blue in Concert Presented by Katie Country 97.7 and Ribeyes Steakhouse Outdoors at Ribeyes, 112 N. Center Street. 6-10 p.m. Free admission. Beer Garden and concessions provided by Ribeyes. In case of rain, concert moves indoors at Ribeyes. Enter downtown area on John Street. Cuke Patch 5k Glow Run Presented by Sleep Inn & Suites of Mount Olive and Wayne UNC Health Care Near Ribeyes at the intersection of John Street and North Center. Sign-in opens at 7:30 p.m., run starts at 8 p.m. Details and registration, www.ncpicklefest.org. Enter downtown area on John Street. Pay One Price Carnival Rides: Downtown Ride all you want for $12, from 5-9 pm. Concessions by Tri-County EMC Friends of Steele Library Book Sale: 4-8 p.m. in the Friends Warehouse behind Steele Memorial Library. Sale continues Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 30 N.C. Pickle Festival Praise & Worship Service at Mount Olive First Pentecostal Holiness Church, 6 pm 130 Ed Edmundson Road Presented by the Mount Olive Ministerial Association Festival Details Parking / Shuttle Downtown parking at the festival is limited to one side of the street only. DO NOT park in marked No Parking areas, as your vehicle will be towed. Handicapped Only Parking is available at 111 N. Chestnut Street (the Original Free Will Baptist Headquarters). Park at the University of Mount Olive's Kornegay Arena (634 Henderson Street) and hop on the FREE downtown shuttle. Shuttle hours are 9:30 am - 6:30 pm. ATM Machines Four ATM machines are located downtown: at the Carnival Rides on Chestnut Street, near the NC Pickle Festival Headquarters on NW Center Street, at First South Bank (213 N. Chestnut Street) and Wells Fargo (NE Center Street). Restrooms Portable toilets and hand washing stations are at four locations: Behind Southern Bank off Center Street, on East John Street just off North Center, on College Street near the Mount Olive Tribune Dancers Stage, and near the Carnival Rides on Chestnut Street. Pets We strongly encourage festival goers to leave their pets at home First Aid Station The festival's first aid station, provided by Wayne County EMS, is located on Center Street near East Main Street, in front of Southern Bank. Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Mount Olive Pickle Festival — 23

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