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Boshears Skyfest

19th Annual Boshears Skyfest at Daniel Field

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October 15th and 16th, 2011

Come early and stay late, there will be lots to see and lots to do for the entire family, plus plenty of good eats! Pick up a 2011 Skyfest program for only $2.00 and check out what's available at the fly-in. You will find activities, games, and carnival rides for the children, at an additional cost, all day each day. Your family will not want to miss the educational booths. There will also be plenty of activities for the adults. Make sure you stop by and visit the aircraft static displays. Everyone will love seeing all of the beautiful and unusual aircraft. Some of these airplanes will not be around forever, so here is your opportunity to view them up close. There will be numerous vendors set up with wonderful exhibits. We hope to see you out at the Skyfest having fun!

Vidalia Onion Festival Airshow

Vidalia Onion Festival Airshow in Vidalia, GA

Each spring, Vidalia anticipates the harvest of Georgia’s Official State Vegetable, the internationally known Vidalia Sweet Onion. The occasion is celebrated with an array of fun-filled activities. The Vidalia Onion Festival has been featured on The Food Network and recognized as one of the five don't-miss festivals across the U.S.  The festival is a five-day event that offers something for everyone. The festivities begin with the Miss Vidalia Onion Pageant. A children's parade and opening ceremonies kick off the weekend’s activities, which include a street dance, Sweet Onion car show, arts & crafts festival, Sweet Saturday Downtown Sidewalk Sale, and the Famous onion eating contest.

The excitement builds with the Vidalia Onion Festival Airshow with its aerobatics and precision flying. Sports fans will enjoy the softball tournament, Vidalia Onion Festival Rodeo, and the Onion Run. For those who wish to celebrate the onion in all of its culinary glory, there is a Vidalia Onion Recipe Contest and Public Tasting and Culinary Extravaganza. This is only a taste! You’ll have to come to Vidalia to experience the "whole onion."