Moulton Town & Country Jamboree
will celebrate its 59th event this July 26-28 in Moulton City Park, and the weekend boasts lots of fun with great entertainment, food, and activities for all.
ctivities get rolling on Friday night where visitors will have plenty to enjoy at the carnival, softball tournament, arts and crafts vendors, and pavilion with free music by the Mama Tried band from 6-8 pm followed by Broken Alibi from 8 pm-midnight.
Plus, cookers can try their hand at the jackpot salsa, shrimp, and Bloody Mary contests all held Friday night as well. Winners will be recognized at 9 pm under the pavilion.
The Chamber will be selling its famous hamburgers all weekend under the main pavilion, and additional food booths will have lots of tasty treats and drinks for visitors to enjoy.
In addition to the carnival, softball tourney, and arts and crafts, Saturday brings about a full day of BBQ with the jackpot chili and beans contests as well as the IBCA-sanctioned chicken, ribs, and brisket cookoff. Lavaca County residents can also enter the jackpot Area Go-Texan brisket cookoff. Winners will be announced around 5 pm that afternoon under the pavilion.
Also on tap for Saturday is the tug-a-tractor contest at 7 pm followed by more great free music by Keith Hickle from 7-9 pm and Texas Unlimited Band from 9 pm-1 am.
Sunday is another full day of fun with the Grand Parade downtown beginning at 10:30 am with floats ending at the park grounds.
A delicious meal of fried chicken with all the trimmings will be served at the Hall at Moulton Oaks by drive-thru or dine in. Of course, food vendors and the Chamber will have good eats all day as well.
The South Texas Wheel Spinners and Crank Twisters will sponsor their 20th annual Jamboree antique tractor show after the parade on the park grounds near the pavilion, and the Chamber is also hosting a classic car show on park grounds beginning at 8 am.
The top-notch pie contest will begin at noon with the auction and announcement of winners starting at 2 pm at the Hall at Moulton Oaks.
Free entertainment continues under the park pavilion with the Czechaholics playing from 12-4 pm followed by Los Kolaches from 4-8 pm.
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
in Penelope invites you to worship, eat, dance this Sunday. Polka Mass with Czech & Then Some starts at 10 am. Then enjoy a yummy dinner and polka dance with the CATS from 1-5 pm.