The Mustard Greens Cook Off is the 'highlight' for the event but the festival will also offer a family-style bike ride, food and beverages, an auction, a bungee jump, rock wall, an inflatable space walk and face painting.
The local 4H Club will also hold its annual pig, goat and chicken sale the same day at noon.
This event is sponsored by the St. Francisville Rotary Club and all proceeds will go to a local charity including the food bank.
The festival schedule includes:
Noon - 2 pm: lunch and 4-H Pig & Goat Sale; 4-H Barn Gathering of the BRASS (Baton Rouge Area Safe Streets) family bike ride - Sport Park Pavilion
2 pm: The Sports Park Pavilion will feature the Angola Band as well as food and entertainment, kids activities (rock wall climbing, bungee jumping), school projects on display from Bains Elementary and Middle School, and green energy booths including the Keep Louisiana Beautiful booth.
4 pm: Mustard Green Cook-off contest with judges & bribing Fugitive Poets
5 pm: auction of items
6 pm: Mustard Green Queen contest takes place and winners will be announced for the Mustard Greens cook off
For more information, contact Z. David DeLoach at 225-933-9585 or email email@example.com.