(FAIR GROVE)--- The Fair Grove Heritage Reunion began Saturday, September 29th, opening with more than 300 booths and displays.
Organizers say they are sporting a "turn of the century" theme, hosting many demonstrations depicting the time period.
The two day event featured a parade Saturday morning along with country music, dancing, horse and mule obstacle demonstrations, plenty of food, and much more.
Those in the parent-teacher organization say this is one of Fair Grove's biggest events.
"All the Fair Grove P.T.O. money goes right back into the school. Last year we were able to buy a lot of technology equipment; we put cameras in all our elementary classrooms, some of our junior high classrooms were able to buy 27 laptop computers, so our third and fourth grade classrooms have comps in them, as well as other technological equipment and other needs for the students," says Misty Shenherr, with the Fair Grove Parent-Teacher Organization.
The festival continues Sunday, September 30th, on the grounds surrounding the Boegel Hine Flour Mil (currently called the Fair Grove Wommack Mill).