Friday, Sept. 23
4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. – Ham and bean supper at Mountain View Community Center. Stop in for all you can eat ham and beans, coleslaw, cornbread and dessert for $7.50 with proceeds going to the Good Samaritan Care Clinic.
4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. – Pioneer Day Quilt Show at the community center
Saturday, Sept. 24
6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. – Flapjack breakfast – Enjoy pancakes, sausage, eggs and beverage for $5 per person at the Mountain View Community Center.
8 a.m. – Welcome by Mayor Patrick Reed and Mountain View Chamber of Commerce President Theresa Gehlken followed by prayer and the National Anthem at the main stage (next to gazebo on 1st St.)
8:30 a.m. – Debbie Leonard (main stage)
9 a.m. Woodsman (special demonstration in front of main stage, competition on the island between library and SBU)
9:30 a.m. – Line dancers (street in front of main stage)
10 a.m. –Mennonite Church at (brush arbor stage located behind Malone’s Motel near 3rd and Oak St.)
10 a.m. – Edwin Woolsey’s historical harmonica tunes (main stage)
11 a.m. –Western Grand Squares (square dancing at main stage)
11 a.m. – Turkey Oak Church (brush arbor stage)
11:30 a.m. – Country Fire Cloggers (main stage)
Noon – Mountain View Christian Church Praise Team (brush arbor stage)
Noon – Strongest Pioneer contest (south of main stage)
12:45 p.m. – Jim Orchard Band (main stage)
12:50 p.m. – Tatum McCollough’s dramatic Christian presentation (brush arbor stage)
1 p.m. –Mountain View Christian Church Quartet (brush arbor stage)
1 p.m. – Pinewood Derby Car Race (parking lot next to Foster’s Appliance)
1:30 p.m. – The Rabun Sisters (main stage)
2:15 p.m. – Country Fire Cloggers (main stage)
3 p.m. – Roy Bond Band (main stage)
3 p.m. – lineup for parade (Wayside Park/city pool)
4 p.m. – Parade (5th St. to Elm St. to 1st St.)
All day events
Quilt Show (community center)
Antique Wagon, Tractor & Car Show (Oak St.) – Check out the old-time tractors from the Ozarks Older Iron Club, along with numerous well-kept vehicles from antique car enthusiasts from all around the area.
Demonstration Alley (east of the community center) – Watch skilled artisans and craftsmen demonstrate butter churning, quilting, spinning, weaving, rug hooking, crocheting, knitting and beading, along with how to make apple butter, hominy, rope, candles, pysansky, salve, baby cradles, soap, fishing lures and more.
Pioneer Toy Tent (east of the community center) – Kids and adults can check out toys pioneer children played with long ago. Kids can enter a pioneer toy drawing to be held Saturday afternoon. They do not have to be present to win.
FFA Choo Choo Train (depots on Elm St. and in the parking lot next to The UPS Store)
(Schedule is subject to change)
For more information, please call (417) 934-2794.