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11th Annual Boonville Days Heritage Festival

Saturday marks the 11th Annual Boonville Days Heritage Festival at the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History.

Deborah Cowman, Executive Director, said there are several new vendors and demonstrators at this year’s event, along with authentic chuckwagons selling lunches of chicken fried steak, beans, potatoes, and cobbler. Tickets are available for purchase at the museum.

Activities for the whole family will take place both inside the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History and on the Brazos Center grounds.

Shuttle buses will also take festival goers to Boonville Heritage Park.

Click below to hear Deborah Cowman visiting with WTAW’s Chelsea Reber.

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Posted by on Sep 30 2016. Filed under News.
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