Bernard Blues and BBQ Festival set for Sept. 9-10
August 12, 2017 - bbq set
The Bernard Blues and BBQ Festival will be hold Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 9-10. / Joyce Nix
CULLMAN – Saint Bernard Prep School is adding a tumble festival this year: a Bernard Blues and BBQ Festival. This arts, crafts and song festival will be hold on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 9-10, 2017 on a pleasing campus of Saint Bernard Abbey and Prep School.
Due to a recognition of a school’s open Bloomin’ Festival, many artisans and congregation voiced a clever seductiveness in a tumble festival.
“We have perceived countless requests for a propagandize to horde a tumble festival, so we felt it suitable to hang adult a 125th Anniversary jubilee during Saint Bernard with a Bernard Blues and BBQ Festival,” President, Father Joel Martin said.
Festival Director Joyce Nix, who has destined 33 festivals during a school, says artisans are induction now to attend in a bustling weekend. “Whether one is selling for anniversary decorations such as Halloween, Thanksgiving or Christmas, something singular will positively be accessible during Bernard Blues and BBQ,” she said.
Handmade quilts, brooms, pottery, jewelry, children’s clothing, doll clothes, ragdolls, pillows, Christmas ornaments, driftwood creations, birdhouses, ceramics, flowering plants, fiber art, honey, handmade soaps, hand-painted doorway hangers, photography, oil paintings, wooden song boxes, ladies clothing, woodcarvings, handwoven baskets, yard art – these are usually a tiny sampling of what congregation can expect.
“We entice Alabama and adjacent states to attend and support a handmade works of a artisans while enjoying a accumulation of song we have designed for a weekend,” Nix said.
Get prepared to daub your toes while enjoying live party via a weekend. Visitors can design to hear live blues song supposing by Microwave Dave and a Nukes, of Huntsville on Saturday from 10 a.m. until noon, bluegrass and dedicated song from Chimney Branch, of Addison on Saturday from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Sweet Licks Dixieland Jazz Band, of Birmingham will perform from 10 a.m. until noon, followed by some Americana Blues by Coco O’Connor and a Redeemers of Nashville, Tennessee, during 1 p.m.
The hickory-smoked aroma of barbeque ribs, pulled pork, hamburgers and hotdogs will fill a air. Pair that with ice cold tea, Pepsi or creatively squeezed lemonade, and tip it off with Saint Bernard’s famous strawberry waffles, flue cakes, boiled turn potatoes, caramel apples, kettle corn, monk’s bread and more. Whole butts and full slabs of ribs will also be available.
A hands-on art and qualification core for children will be accessible as good as a money giveaway of $10,000.
Bernard Blues and BBQ promises to have something for a whole family! Mark your calendars and devise to revisit Cullman, Sept. 9-10, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. any day. An acknowledgment concession of $5 per chairman is requested.
Anyone wishing to attend should hit a propagandize during 256-739-6682 to ask a counter focus for strange handmade equipment only. This is a juried uncover and all work contingency be pre-approved.
All deduction from a eventuality advantage Saint Bernard Prep School in Cullman. Operated by a Benedictine monks during Saint Bernard Abbey, Saint Bernard Prep is a college prep boarding and day propagandize for grades 7-12.