Friday, August 2, 2013

Bigfoot Festival - Oct 04, 2013 to Oct 05, 2013

The Honobia Bigfoot Festival & Conference is a two-day event held in the heart of southeast Oklahoma's Kiamichi Mountains. This unique festival features live music, handcrafted arts and crafts, games, a nature walk, food, an art show showcasing local artisans and plenty of family-friendly entertainment. Multiple musical performances and other live acts will be interspersed throughout the event. Bring your own 4-wheeler for Bigfoot ATV rides, or watch as the kids enjoy a wide variety of children's activities. Come to the Honobia Bigfoot Festival & Conference on Friday night and enjoy Bigfoot storytelling by campfire. Stories will be told from people who have experienced mysterious Bigfoot sightings. Don't forget to get your picture taken with Bigfoot while attending this year's festivities. The event is held at theLudlow Rock Schoolhouse, and primitive tent camping, as well as limited RV camping with electric hookups, is available. The annual Bigfoot Conference provides research workshops and prominent Bigfoot researchers speaking about their experiences and subsequent research. Multiple Q&A sessions and presentations will be available. Past presentation topics have included Sasquatch communication, history of Honobia, witness profiles and habitual locations of Bigfoot. Friday: 8:00 am TO 9:00 pm Saturday: 8:00 am TO 6:00 pm Event located off Hwy 144 between Hwy 259 & Indian Hwy. Located just 4.7 miles East of the crossroads of Indian Highway and Highway 144, and 9.8 miles West of Highway 259 at Octavia, the Ludlow Rock Schoolhouse sets just off the Highway on a beautiful 10 acres of prime “Squatchy” land. Ludlow Rock Schoolhouse Hwy 144 Honobia, OK 74571 Phone: 580-244-7323

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