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THURSDAY, MAY 30TH


TASTE OF COUNTRY: 5 PM - 9 PM

FAIR: 5 PM - 11 PM

UHEN CENTER: 5 PM - 10 PM

LIVE MUSIC TBD: 7 PM - 11 PM


TASTE OF COUNTRY 5PM - 9 PM
Enjoy your favorite foods from the area’s finest restaurant. Cotton Exchange is sure to make opening night something special!  Burgers, jambalaya and more!

FOOD TENT
Enjoy our own mouth-watering, buttered, Country Fair corn on the cob! Plus, burgers, brats, hot dogs, nachos, baked potato, French fries, big pickles & soda are all available Thursday through Sunday! Pork Sandwiches and Noble Brothers Burgers are available Friday through Sunday. Plus, our world-famous cream puffs and Noble Brothers Ice Cream!

VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION NIGHT
A free dinner and drink will be provided for ALL St. Thomas volunteers! If you volunteered at any time in the last year for any event, we'd like to show our appreciation. Enjoy food and beverage from The Cotton Exchange "Taste of Country" or good eats from our Big Top Bistro food tent! Meal and drink tickets can be picked up the weekend of May 20th & 21st after all Masses or at the Parish Office. Thank you for all you do at St. Thomas!

KETTLE CORNUCOPIA
www.kettlecornucopia.com
Various flavors of delicious kettle corn will be available every night of the fair!

MARK LAKE ENTERPRISES 5 PM - 11 PM
WRISTBAND SPECIAL $20: 6 - 9 PM
Kids of all ages can enjoy the great selection of amusement rides and games of chance!

SILENT AUCTION
The silent auction will run from Thursday 5pm until Sunday at 2pm. Winners will be contacted and can pick up their items Sunday afternoon or at the rectory after Sunday.

MYLES WANGERIN | 7 -11 PM
For over a decade, Myles Wangerin has been captivating audiences with his soulful country music performances in a variety of venues. A recipient of the prestigious WAMI award, Myles possesses an undeniable talent for taking a song and infusing it with his own unique touch, leaving listeners yearning for his rendition alone. 
myleswangerin.com

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