24th Annual Fall Festival and Quit Show coming Sept. 16

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SAGUACHE—Come join the 24th Annual Fall Festival and Quilt Show Sept. 16 at Otto Mears Park and the Community Building in Saguache.
The Saguache County Museum is offering breakfast for $5; Saguache Sagebrush Quilters will have a handmade quilt as a door prize; art vendors and food vendors will be set up. Live music will begin at 10 a.m., continuing until 3:30 p.m. Bid on the silent Auction items inside the Community Building; winners will be announced at 3:30 p.m. This is the only annual fundraiser for the Saguache Chamber of Commerce who is hosting this event. Special thanks goes to generous sponsors-Saguache County Commissioners & Aventa Credit Union. Below are the entertainers who will help to make this a memorable event.
Seat of the Pants String Band
This duo is the epitome of old timey, grass roots, down home rocking chair bluegrass. Together forever, this husband and wife combo are like a sweet sunny summer morning. This is a great way to start the day so don’t miss them at 10 a.m.
Cheap Therapy
“Our own Barry Monroe brings his brainchild to the stage. Cheap Therapy delivers unique originals with a tropical pop, white-boy reggae, groove shuffle vibe. They dish out harmonies so smooth you can ride ‘em like a slide.”
Roadrunners
Speeding across the Valley from Saguache is “Roadrunners.” This is a five-piece country rock band with a beat that will kick attendees to their feet and get everyone dancing. Members are Rick Grontz on keyboards and vocals, Mike Croft on drums, Ed Johnson on guitar and vocals, Mike Brill on guitar and vocals and Jack Barton on bass. Catch them after lunch on Saturday.
Pint and a Half
Pint and a Half plays to crowds all over Colorado with forays into other neighboring states. Their folk roots Americana style is propelled by electrified acoustic guitar, bedrock percussion, blues harmonica and close vocal harmonies. This band always delivers a tremendous show with both tears and dancing as standard features. Don’t miss them Saturday afternoon.


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