Weekend of activities for Covered Bridge Days

Four days of activities begin today in Centreville, as the annual Covered Bridge Days community festival begins this evening.
Organizers said the event for the first time will feature a kick-off parade, which takes place at 7 o’clock tonight on Main Street. The procession, which previously was a festival-ending event, will feature the village’s citizens of the year: John and Mary Martinson.
Friday will include a full day of activities, including vendors, crafts and food along the perimeter of the courthouse property. Other highlights will include a bounce house and kids games, Gordon Russ comedy and magic show, River Country Has Talent at 7 p.m. and fireworks at 10 p.m. behind Firm Foundation Ministries.
Saturday’s roster includes a car and motorcycle show, an adult corn hole tournament and live music on Main Street by The Bulldogs.
An event-ending euchre tournament, with a $250 cash prize at stake, begins at 12:30 p.m. Sunday at The Local.
A full schedule is available through the festival’s Facebook page.

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