Great Day in the Country
November 9, 2013
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How much does it cost to come to Great Day? Addmission is FREE- so please join us!
Is Great Day a kid-friendly event? ABSOLUTELY! We have a special kids area and even entertainment geared toward kids.
Can I bring my own food? No one will stop you, but you'll be missing out on a lot of great treats - like homemade baked goods from the Country Store, delicious BBQ, mouth-watering hamburgers, fresh-churned ice cream....you get the idea.
Can I use a credit
card to buy things there?It
depends on the vendor. Most food vendors do NOT take credit cards.
Some arts and craft vendors do. If you plan to do any eating or
shopping, you'll want to bring some cash and a checkbook.
For your convenience, ATMs are located on the event grounds.
What kind of crafts are there? They range from super rustic crafty things you can hang on your doorknob for the holidays, to toys, to fine furniture, to beautifully painted gourds, to oil paintings....you name it. This is a classy show, and you're bound to be impressed by something you see.
How many people show up? The police tell us about 65,000 came in 2010, but there were still plenty of spots to hang out under the oak trees by Lawton House and the hay bales by the Entertainment Stage.
What's the Woman's Club? A group of about 150 women from the area who meet throughout the year to do good things in the community. Please visit us online to find out more!
Where do the proceeds from Great Day go? The Woman's Club has a committee that picks out worthy charities to receive the proceeds of Great Day. The money is handed out in May each year. Past recipients have included Hope Foundation, local public schools, the Historical Society, various church groups, and more.
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