Friday and Saturday November 13th and 14th, 2015
Celebrating Davenport's Centennial City Incorporation
Davenport was named “Horse Creek” and the creek still runs clean and clear a little outside of town.
The 2015 festival will feature many of the events it has in the past including the Florida Heritage Invitational Art Show. The Horse Creek Corral has been one of the fun events along with story telling about Horse Creek and Davenport’s early years.
Davenport is celebrating its centennial this year and although the town of Horse Creek was located in the area prior to 1900, Davenport was incorporated in 1915 and so the city has been celebrating all year long.
FLORIDA HERITAGE INVITATIONAL ART SHOW
The work of dozens of the state’s finest artist competing in the area’s 4th annual invitational art show will be returning along with many new artist all sharing their talents. From painters to woodcarvers, to jewel-ers to photographers the main streets of Davenport will be lined with booths displaying the products of the best of the best in the judged show focusing on anything and everything Florida. Stunning wood carved horses, butterflies, birds and animals by Bill Snyder and Friends, along with students from nearby schools add a selection of fine arts of today and future artisans. Memorial and Honorary Special Ribbons along with First, Second, Third Place and Best of Show will receive ribbons and prize money. To participate in the art show select documents for application information.
HORSE CREEK CORRAL
Cowboy Poet , Musicians, Chuck Wagon style cooking , Horses, Cows and early Pioneer living will be locat-ed at the Horse Creek Corral. Signs will point the way.
The Mini, Mini Quilts and Tea will be located in the Community Building, 5 South Allapaha Avenue. There will be 2 seating's each day. Presentations and Entertainment will add to the tea celebration. For more information see Announcements.
Artists and Vendor Information and Contact: Valerie McCutcheon phone: 407-415-5505 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For General Information Please Call 863-419-3300
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