There’s a Sausage N’ Biscuit Breakfast in the Home Economic Building from 6:30 a.m. until 10 a.m. and there will be food concession booths inside the gym building all day and also at the Sorghum Mill.
Arts and crafts and merchandise vendors will be located throughout the grounds all day and the Old Mill out back is the place to see sorghum syrup made on site with mule drawn power.
There will be mule plowing demonstrations held all day with Weogufka mule owners present during the demonstrations behind the Old Mill stage.
The event includes an Antique Tractor Display from the Weogufka Tractor Owners club all day which will take place in front of the Sorghum Mill.
Jerry Reeves and the Weogufka Antique Car owners will be located in front of the gym and there will be wagon rides offered by the Weogufka Mule Owners Club around the grounds all day.
The Gospel Stage in the Gym Building opens at 9 a.m. with Allen Morris; at 9:30 a.m., Don Tyler performs; at 10 a.m., it’s Forgiven Heart; at 11 a.m., The Smith Family performs; at noon, Redemption Song; at 1 p.m., Jimmy Gilliland; at 1:30 p.m., The Silver Line Dancers; and at 2 p.m., The Perfect Peaches Line Dancers.
On The Stage at the Old Oak Tree with The Weogufka Chapter Nashville Songwriters at 9 a.m., Corene Lackey; 9:30 a.m., Roger Vines; 10 a.m., Rick Haynes; 10:30 a.m., Jean Baxley; 11 a.m., Gary Carlisle; 11:30 a.m., Dean McConatha; at noon, Mitch Emmons; 12:30 p.m., Perry Dunkling; 1 p.m., Cabot Barden; 1:30 p.m., George Brown; and 2 p.m., Misti Leigh Payne.
On The Sorghum Mill Stage at 9 a.m., Bill Hamilton County; 10 a.m., The Bluegrass Pickers; 11 a.m., Bill Hamilton Country: at noon, The Bluegrass Pickers; 1 p.m., Coon Dog Bench Show; and at 2 p.m., the drawing for contest winners.
The WYEA Radio Stage, which will be located at the Antique Car Show features Bob Green “50’s at 5 Show” all day; at 10 a.m., The Silver Line Dancers from Sylacauga; 11 a.m., The Perfect Peaches Line Dancers from Clanton; 1 p.m., The 50’s Be Bop Contest; and “Elvis” will visit Bob during the event.
You can register to win a Holiday Inn Orange Beach Vacation presented by Holiday Inn Orange Beach, to be given away at the Gold City-Kingsmen Gospel show at Weogufka Center Nov.23.
Also register to win Robert Trent Jones Golf packages, 10 People will win 10 rounds of golf presented by Raycom Media and Mrs. Joan Black. The drawing will be held at 2 p.m. at the Sorghum Mill Stage. Chances for the prizes are free.
Also register to win a $50 Wal-Mart Gift Card presented by Wal-Mart of Sylacauga. This drawing will be held at the Sorghum Mill Stage at 2 p. m.; a ladies bracelet from Stanton Department Store drawing will be held on the Sorghum Mill Stage 2 p.m.; and the two free haircuts from Personal Touch Salon drawing will be held at the Sorghum Mill Stage at 2 p.m.
There will also be a $100 and a $50 gift certificate for Piggly Wiggly from Radney Smith Funeral Home to be drawn at 1 p.m. at the Radney Smith Funeral Home booth.
Weogufka shirts and caps will be for sale the Weogufka Merchandise Booth located at the walkway as you enter the grounds.
You are welcome to join The Weogufka Center Clubs which include The Songwriters, Antique Car Owners, Mule Owners, Authors, Coonhunters, Antique Tractor Owners, Grill Masters and RV Camper Owners.
You may sign up for any of these clubs at the Weogufka Merchandise Booth.
To volunteer to work at the Weogufka Center, you may also sign up at the Weogufka Merchandise Booth.
Visit the Weogufka Center website at www.weogufkacenter.com/coming events to see all the upcoming shows and events at The Weogufka Center.
The Weogufka Alumni School Preservation Committee was formed in April, 2007 to save the buildings and campus of the Weogufka School. The Preservation Committee became the Weogufka Center for Arts, Entertainment and Education, Inc.