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Milam Settler's Days being held today & Saturday

The biggest and best Milam Settlers Day ever is being held in Milam today and Saturday at El Camino Park.


The two-day event will mark the 22nd anniversary of the popular Milam Settlers Day Weekend Festival.


Fun and activities for the whole family will be the order for the weekend. A large number of vendors will be set up to sell their wares, and there will be lots of music (bluegrass, fiddlers, dulcimers and singers). Everyone is invited to attend and enjoy this annual event.


There will be a concert by the San Augustine County Cowboy Church Band at 7 p.m. tonight at Bethany Baptist Church, located just north of the park. Admission to the concert is free.


The Bevils Rangers, a favorite attraction will be returning to provide demonstrations of early Texas clothing, black-smithing, pottery making, basket weaving, and cooking.


There will be a huge array of foods available as vendors will offer everything from barbecue to funnel cakes.


In addition, there will be large and varied groups of vendors selling everything from antiques to homemade items.


There's also a full line-up of entertainment scheduled for Saturday.


Children will enjoy a petting zoo and a roaming magician.


On the stage you’ll hear gospel music.


On the grounds you’ll be treated throughout the day with mountain and folk music provided by the Pineywood Pick’rs.


Special Attractions include a Wild West Shoot-out and a 1880s stone grist mill.


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