Celebrating Tradition: Hopkins County Dairy Festival Begins with Ribbon Cutting

The Hopkins County Dairy Festival, a cherished community tradition celebrating our dairy heritage, officially began with a lively ribbon cutting ceremony. Attendees included this year’s Dairy Festival pageant contestants, their parents, board members, dairy festival enthusiasts, balloon crew members, and city and county leaders.
For over six decades, the Hopkins County Dairy Festival has honored our hardworking farmers and dairy producers. It holds a special place in our hearts as a testament to their contributions to our region’s growth and prosperity. Learn more about the festival’s history at hopkinscountydairyfestival.com/history.
Now that the ribbon has been cut, get ready for an exciting lineup of festivities starting with the Hot Air Balloon Rally and Glow tonight at 6:00 p.m. at Shannon Oaks Church.
On behalf of the Chamber of Commerce, we extend our gratitude to the Dairy Festival Committee, volunteers, sponsors, and participants for their dedication in making this event a resounding success. Let’s come together to honor our dairy heritage and celebrate the joyous spirit of the Hopkins County Dairy Festival!