Huckleberry Fest in Bingen Sept. 6-8

There’s entertainment and more all weekend at Daubenspeck Park in Bingen, Wash., for the annual Huckleberry Festival.

Friday Sept. 6

5 p.m.: Festival opens

6 p.m.: Talent Show (No karaoke for those over 12 years of age)

8-11 p.m.: Eddie Manzanares & Cafe Blanco

Saturday Sept. 7

6-10 a.m.: Fireman’s Pancake Breakfast, White Salmon Fire Hall

11 a.m.: Festival opens, parade starts

Noon: Harmony of the Gorge

1 p.m.: White Salmon Jazz Band

2:30 p.m.: Heather Pearl-Magic Juggler

3:15 p.m.: Laurie Star Duo

4:15 p.m.: Big Ron & Medium Ben

5 p.m.: Tilly Jam Band

6:30 p.m.: Scarlet Thistle Belly Dancers

8 p.m.-midnight: Zac Grooms & Brewers Grade

9 p.m.: Zan Moore Fire Dance

Sunday Sept. 8

10 a.m.: Church service provided by The House

10 a.m.: Festival opens

Noon: Richard Tillinghast and One Hum

1:30 p.m.: Liberty Bond Jug Band

3 p.m.: Buck Smith & Barney Connolly

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