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HOLIDAY IN THE PARK – NOV. 6

The festival promises to have something for everyone – holiday gifts, decorations, crafts, local live entertainment, great food, fine vehicles, free crafts for the kids…and oh, yes….NO GATE FEE!

So come on out and spend the day with us on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, here at WEST ORANGE’S 20th annual HOLIDAY IN THE PARK!!

ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE FOR 2021 HOLIDAY IN THE PARK

The City of West Orange is excited to release the entertainment line-up for this year’s Holiday in
the Park festival, which will be held in the park next door to City Hall, on Saturday, November 6,
2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We are proud to spotlight our local entertainers each year and
we invite the public to bring their lawn chairs on come on out and spend the day enjoying not only
the entertainment, but the many vendors and food booths participating in this year’s event.

9:00 a.m. Shon Branham
Shon Branham, who has been a part of the festival for many years, will open the
festival with some country music and, as always, keep things rolling and flowing
smoothly throughout the day.

10:00 a.m. West Orange-Stark Elementary School Choir
Under the instruction of Ms. Bernita Bias, these students will surely bring smiles to
everyone’s faces as they share their voices and their enthusiasm with us.

10:30 a.m. Orange Blossom Dancers
Prepare to be entertained with a unique demonstration by some talented
individuals, including “Momma Blossom” (101 year-old Orange Blossom member,
Mrs. Boehme).

11:00 a.m. Gulf Coast Ramblers
“Laissez les bons temps rouler!” You won’t be able to keep your feet from tapping
when this Cajun band starts playing. With Alex Caswell providing vocals and
playing the accordion, Joe LeJeune on lead guitar, Tommy Wolfford on drums,
Claude Spruell on keyboard and Luke Juda on bass, you will definitely “pass a
good time” during their performance.

1:30 p.m. Bubba & Sharon Meaux
This country couple have been performing together for about six years. They love
singing “good ole country music” – just their voices and a guitar. Take a trip down
memory lane listening to the songs you grew up hearing your parents play on the
radio.

2:30 p.m. Tore Down
To throw some variety into the mix, band members Roy Boy Collins (vocals, guitar),
Mike Rector (vocals, harmonica, accordion), Mike Magnuson (vocals, bass), Byron
Myers (drums) and Bryan Green (lead guitar) will be playing not only country, but
classic rock, swamp pop and blues.

Written by KOGT Radio

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