A successful FloydFest

From all accounts, FloydFest 2008 will rank as the most successful weekend of music, crafts and fun in the event's short history. Organizers estimate a record 12,000 plus attended over the four days, the weather stayed dry, the Park Rangers stayed -- for the most part -- out of sight and the weekend was -- as this year's theme promised -- a true family affair.

Don Johnson, the area landscape photographer who covered the event for The Floyd Press because I had a previous commitment, reports the festival this year was an outstanding success. His photos and story will be in Thursday's paper (the photo above is one I took from a previous year).

FloydFest has become an important part of the area's summer entertainment schedule and brings a lot of attention to the Floyd and the surrounding region. Our congratulations to Erika, Kris and the crew at Across the Way Productions.

From all accounts, FloydFest 2008 will rank as the most successful weekend of music, crafts and fun in the event’s short history. Organizers estimate a record 12,000 plus attended over the four days, the weather stayed dry, the Park Rangers stayed — for the most part — out of sight and the weekend was — as this year’s theme promised — a true family affair.

Don Johnson, the area landscape photographer who covered the event for The Floyd Press because I had a previous commitment, reports the festival this year was an outstanding success. His photos and story will be in Thursday’s paper (the photo above is one I took from a previous year).

FloydFest has become an important part of the area’s summer entertainment schedule and brings a lot of attention to the Floyd and the surrounding region. Our congratulations to Erika, Kris and the crew at Across the Way Productions.

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