The Annual Norfork Pioneer Days will take place this Saturday from 9:00 until 3:00. There will be booths setup around Norfork City Hall, where food and drink, handmade arts and crafts, and a variety of other goods will be on sale. The White River Duck Race and parade will be held, along with reenactors in camp at the Wolf House.
On an episode of KTLO-FM's Talk of The Town, Site Manager Marlin Moudy highlighted some of the event's various activities.
Though the event has been around for more than 40 years, Pioneer Day Chairman Don Blair says the origins of it are a mystery.
Blair says they're hoping the weather is better than last year.
There are still four vendor booths available to rent and open spots in the parade. For those wishing to be a vendor or take part in the parade, contact Blair at 870-421-5933.
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