Calvary Lions Club 38th Annual Mule Day Festival

Posted on 14 November 2010 by The Florida Star Online

Correspondent: Frank M. Powell III
Photographer: Frank M. Powell III

Only about 200 people call Calvary home, but on  the first Saturday of November, every year, Calvary’s  population grows to 60,000 to 90,000 (not counting  mules). The reason for this is the Calvary Lions Club  Annual Mule Day Festival. Proceeds of which go to  Lions International Sight programs and local charities. 

Enjoy a big parade with mules, horses and antique tractors;  contests, and all day entertainment. Over 450 arts  & crafts exhibitions, concessions, cane grinding, and  syrup making make Mule Day a time to remember. It’s  358 days left until the 39th Annual Festival first  Saturday of November returns.

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