2012 Golden Heritage Days fest kicks off |
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It’s become known as the biggest festival in Gibson County.
Golden Heritage Days continues all weekend with food, live music and what organizers call ‘good old fashioned family fun’.
Heritage Days kicked off Friday morning at 9 a.m. and the big highlight will be food. The Mini-Miss Contest, brand new this year, is Friday night.
On Saturday, there’s a dessert auction with over 400 desserts up for bid. Proceeds go to help Habitat for Humanity. There’s also a ‘Family Feud’ contest with proceeds also going to local charities.
The Duke boys will play Saturday night with no cover.
There is no admission charge, in fact, all weekend. Parking is also free.
Golden Heritage Days wraps up around 5 p.m. on Sunday with live music and food all day as well as the Kiwanis Golf Ball Drop.
Three sides of the Square in Princeton are shut down and dedicated to the festival. That means Main Street is closed but we’re told Broadway will remain open. You’re asked to take an alternate route all weekend to avoid the Square.