Prattsville's one-year storm anniversary? Mudfest!
Jul 24, 2012 12:19 am
On Sat. and Sun., Aug. 25-26 the Town of Prattsville will commemorate the one-year anniversary of when Hurricane Irene nearly washed the town away with its "1st Annual MudFest." “It is important for everyone to see that we are still working, motivated and determined to come back bigger and better than before!” said Greg Town of the Prattsville MudFest Committee. “With the help of volunteers, family and friends, we have grown as a community and made great progress towards our future greatness. This is a celebration of how far we’ve come and how far we are willing to go to come back from the brink of disaster.” Visitors to MudFest will see mud drinks, mud ice cream, mud pies, mud games, mud sculptures, and more mud. In addition, there will be art exhibits, music, crafts, and food, the play, “Water, Water, Everywhere!” by local children and the Soup-2-Nuts Theater Company, and fireworks at the Conine Field location Saturday night. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.