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Red Rose Festival continues Saturday in Lancaster

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Kyndall Hood, 4, enjoys a blue slushie Friday evening at the Red Rose Festival in downtown Lancaster, while her mom, Brandi Duncan, left, listens to a band.
Kyndall Hood, 4, enjoys a blue slushie Friday evening at the Red Rose Festival in downtown Lancaster, while her mom, Brandi Duncan, left, listens to a band.

Highlights from Saturday’s rain-or-shine festival in downtown Lancaster:

10 a.m. – Red Rose Dog Show

10 a.m. – Red Rose Car Show

10 a.m. – Red Rose Worship Choir concert

Noon – Emily Minor concert

2 p.m. – The Matt Tucker Band concert

4 p.m. – Transit Vocal Band concert

6 p.m. – The Entertainers concert

8:15 p.m. – “Who’s Bad,” a Michael Jackson tribute show

Throughout the day

▪ USC-Lancaster Native American Center will showcase the largest collection of Catawba Indian pottery in the world.

▪ Historic Springs House will display entries of the Red Rose Photography Contest.

▪ Artisans and crafters will be selling collectibles, along with hand-crafted items such as art, jewelry, children’s clothing and crafts.

▪ Kids Zone features a karate demonstration, meet-and-greets in Red Rose Park with the Carolina Panthers’ Sir Purr, the Charlotte Knights’ Homer, the city of Lancaster’s Rosie.

More information

To see a complete schedule and a festival map of downtown Lancaster, go to lancastercitysc.com.

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