Almost Time

Workers check the last tie-downs on a banner over far East Jackson Street announcing Prairie Days imminent arrival in El Campo. The all-day event covers a wide variety of family activity from children’s games and activities to crafts booths, lots of food and musical offerings from classic country to Tejano. The event, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, is all day in Alamo Park behind the post office on Saturday, Oct. 1.  So far, weather forecasts call for a high in the upper 80s that day and clear skies.

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