Pickle Festival

2018

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"They have rides for the little kids and rides for older kids," she said. Carnival rides area will operate Friday night from 5 to 9 p.m., with pay-one-price $12 wristbands for unlim- ited rides. On Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., the rides will operate under a ticket system, with a certain number of tickets required for each ride. Tri-County EMC will be nearby selling concessions, including hot dogs and baked goods, and shaved ice will be available on Friday night, Beck said. On Saturday, Brinkley Entertainment will have food items. "Not only are they bringing carnival rides, they are also bringing some carnival games and a food booth," Beck said. Festival-goers will also have a variety food vendor booths to select from at the N.C. Pickle Festival, Beck said. Wednesday, April 25, 2018 Mount Olive Messenger — 13 Denise S Lowery, Representative Mobile Phone: 919-922-6280 Email: DSLowery@woodmen.org CD0915 10/15 Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society: Omaha, NE 4DBL0418C© 5DAG0418C© Check us out at www.mtolivemuseum.org Celebrating our 11th Anniversary We'll be open Saturday, April 28, 9:00am-5:00pm during the NC Pickle Festival 137 East Main Street, Mount Olive, NC For further information contact Museum Director Ken Dilda at 919-731-2779 David J. Aaron Museum WILD RIDES Festival-goers taking a slide down the 100-foot Super Slider during the 2017 N.C. Pickle Festival. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12

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