Bringing all the traditional fun and some new additions to the mix, this weekend’s Creekside Festival promises to be more than worth the trip to the spectacular Princess Place Preserve in Flagler County.

Starting out with a recognition of veterans and a chili challenge between Flagler County Fire Rescue Chief Mike Tucker and Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly at noon. Things take off from there with a pop of village of shops, vendors, local businesses, a food village, the Moonshine Camp with Charlie Cracker a two-day schedule of music, the event is known for.

A longstanding part of the festival has been the student photography competition, and this year it returns with the Flagler County Cultural Council serving as the sponsor. Visitors are invited to stop into the Princess Place Lodge to view the exhibit and vote on the People’s Choice selection. The awards will be presented to the students on Sunday, October 8 at 2 PM on the main stage.

For more information on the Creekside Festival, click here.