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Swampfest Weeki Wachee 2019
Friday, March 1, 2019 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Linda Pedersen Park:
6300 Shoal Line Blvd
Spring Hill, FL 34607
United States

Pricing/Ticket Info
$5 Adults $3 Kids 6-12; Kids 5 and under free. Cash Only at Gate ATM on Premises For more information please call (352) 597-4424
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Description
Swamp Fest has grown from a small community fundraising festival to an annual event that draws thousands from all over. In 1994 Swamp Fest held its first annual festival in the parking lot at the Weeki Wachee Area Club, soon outgrowing the parking lot it moved around the corner to the Weeki Wachee Christian Camp. The festival remained there for a few years before moving even further down Shoal Line Boulevard to Linda Pedersen Park. You will be able to purchase home-made items such as baskets, clothing, jewelry, wall art, jams & jellies, wreaths, lotions, soaps, pottery, paintings, and many more. Plenty of food and Live entertainment all three days. There will also be local commercial throughout the park as well as local 501(c)(3) groups for you to get information from. Swamp Fest is also a great event for you to get to know the local politicians running for office. Swamp Fest is organized by the Weeki Wachee Crime Watch, The Weeki Wachee Area Club, and the Hernando Environmental Land Protectors (H.E.L.P.). All monies (after operating costs) are distributed among the three organizations and many deserving local charities. Swamp Fest attracts vendors from all over the country.
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Geannine Dickinson
6300 Shoal Line Blvd
Spring Hill FL 34607
United States
 Geannine Dickinson
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Swamp Fest has grown from a small community fundraising festival to an annual event that draws thousands from all over. In 1994 Swamp Fest held its first annual festival in the parking lot at the Weeki Wachee Area Club, soon outgrowing the parking lot it moved around the corner to the Weeki Wachee Christian Camp. The festival remained there for a few years before moving even further down Shoal Line Boulevard to Linda Pedersen Park. You will be able to purchase home-made items such as baskets, clothing, jewelry, wall art, jams & jellies, wreaths, lotions, soaps, pottery, paintings, and many more. Plenty of food and Live entertainment all three days. There will also be local commercial throughout the park as well as local 501(c)(3) groups for you to get information from. Swamp Fest is also a great event for you to get to know the local politicians running for office. Swamp Fest is organized by the Weeki Wachee Crime Watch, The Weeki Wachee Area Club, and the Hernando Environmental Land Protectors (H.E.L.P.). All monies (after operating costs) are distributed among the three organizations and many deserving local charities. Swamp Fest attracts vendors from all over the country.