21st Annual Oliver Hardy Festival
Saturday, October 3, 2009
Media reports over 35,000 in attendance for 2008!
Admission: Free! Parking: Free! Public is welcome!
Schedule of Events:
Children's Parade at 9:00 a.m.
Parade at 10:00 a.m.
Arts & Crafts booths open all day
Laurel & Hardy Museum
Ollie & Stan Skits
Laurel & Hardy Movies
BBQ Dinner - Fundraiser for
The Laurel & Hardy Museum
Kiddie Rides and Games
Other events to be announced.
Much, Much More! This all day event entertains visitors from everywhere.
To get to Harlem, take Exit #183, the Harlem/Appling exit, south from I-20. View Map
For more information, call
or write to:
Oliver Hardy Festival
PO. Box 99
Harlem, Georgia 30814
& Entry Application
"Here's another fine mess you've gotten yourself into!" Oliver Hardy would have most likely said about the Festival honoring him. Harlem, a small town west of Augusta, is the birthplace of Oliver Hardy, the larger side of Laurel and Hardy, that most famous comedy duo that made successful comedy films for decades.
The festival which was started in 1988, features over 350 craft booths filled with an unusual assortment of crafts people, food vendors and novelty vendors. There is also
a Look-A-Like contest, which has a lot of prominent citizens as contestants.
Sons of the Desert Reception
Held the Friday night before the Oliver Hardy Festival. This reception is in honor of all of our Sons Of the Desert visitors, they come from all over the World to attend the Festival.
Find out about the latest releases and exhibition of classic films.
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