SAUK VILLAGE | The sounds of guitars, banjos, harmonicas, fiddles and a voice with a West Virginia twang fills the Sauk Village municipal center on Sunday evenings.
With his annual holiday concert, region–reared instrumentalist Bobby Davis sees himself fusing two genres which are rarely heard together by music aficionados.
Ed Mullennix, a participant in the Lowell Chamber of Commerce "Saturday Night Car Fever," slowly drives his 1956 Ford Truck while 3-year-old Nathan Postma and his father Dan Postma looking at the cars during the Lowell Labor Day Festival at American Legion Post 101.
Flintlock, a bluegrass and country music band, plays Saturday under the main tent during the first day of the Lowell Labor Day Festival at American Legion Post 101.
George Denton enjoys corn on the cob down to the last bite Saturday during the Lowell Labor Day Festival.
John Piper looks at his car, a 1966 Pontiac Temptest, during the car show Saturday at the Lowell Labor Day Festival.
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