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Flea Fest

May the 4th be with you! 




This is going to be a come and go event from 9am-3pm. The thriving metropolis known as Snook, TX will be having its hometown festival on this day. There will be a BBQ cookoff, games and petting zoo for the kids, arts & crafts vendors, food vendors, a car show, antique tractor show, parade and more. More info on Snook Fest can be found at facebook.com/SnookFest

Snook is between College Station and Somerville on FM 60. In Snook, turn onto FM 2155, go past the school and go straight on the FM 2155 Spur (the main road veers left). The Spur will T into CR 269. Turn right and you will be able to see the festivities from there.

NativTxn (me) and flower71 will be having 2 booths in the craft vendors area. We will have a log book (or sheet) to stamp in. We will also have a cootie/flea catcher. We will supply name tags for you to stamp and wear around the festival so you will be identified as someone who could be "cootied". Come out and enjoy the day and check back at the booths to see what new fleas and cooties will be hanging around. Look for the Texas flag canopy. 



You are welcome to bring any event boxes and leave them at our booths during the day. Between now and then, I will work on getting some door prizes. I will pull tickets and write the numbers on a board so you can check back throughout the day to see if you've won.

For anyone that is a geocacher, this is also the day of the WWFM X (World Wide Flash Mob 10). Cachers will be at the booth from 12:00-12:15pm.


Atlas Quest Event Listing (Official RSVP)


Google+ Event so you can add it to your Google Calendars.  Watch this listing to see updates on Door Prizes.

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