Friday, August 31, 2001

Rabbit Hash bash to include Goofy wake

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        RABBIT HASH — Rabbit Hash Old Time Days will celebrate a unique life Saturday.

        The town will mourn the death of its mayor, Goofy the Dog, with a New Orleans-style wake at 4 p.m. complete with an animal parade, kazoo band and a eulogy by former Boone County Judge-executive Bruce Ferguson.

        The festival starts at noon and wraps up at 11 p.m.

        All festivities will be in the area surrounding the Rabbit Hash General Store.

        In addition to live music (1 to 10:45 p.m.), there will be crafters, food and games.

        Anna Scala, a Nashville, Tenn., singer/songwriter, will perform a children's music program at 5 p.m., with songs from her debut album, Laughter and Lullabies.

        Information: (859) 586-7744.


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