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HannaFest is coming Aug. 9 and 10.  HannaFest celebrates the culture and history of the Hanna community.  Sponsored by the Hanna Lions Club.  Here is a detailed event listing: 

Friday, Aug. 9

 All events are downtown under the Big Top Tent

6 pm Community Bingo including a Cookie Walk, Food and Drink, games, Kids’ races, Beer Garden

Special dinners at Rumors

Saturday, Aug. 10

8 am to 4 pm    Arts, crafts, and garage sales in the park and all around town.  Food,  drink, and vendors in the park.  Kids’ games.

Vision screening at the Library

South County Gleaners blood pressure and sugar testing in the park

Hanna United Methodist Church Cooling tent and KidsZone activities

Live Entertainment in the Park   9:15 am to 10 am   Matt Kalita Magic Show

11:30 am to 1:00 pm    NightShift Band

10 am until gone    Hanna Lions Famous BBQ Chicken

11 am   Parade begins   You’ve never seen a parade like this.

10 am to 2 pm    Lunch & Bake Sale at Methodist Church

1 pm    Northern Indiana Pullers Garden tractor pulling contest downtown

All day     Beer Garden downtown

9 pm to 1 am  Hanna Twp. Volunteer Fire Dept. Annual Summer Heat Street Dance featuring:

Pfreakshow    Food and Drink.  Must be 21.  Cover charge.

For more information contact Jim Jessup at 219-797-4407.

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