Laurel Hill Arts & Heritage Festival expands spring event

Laurel hill arts festival
Special to the News Bulletin
Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 06:00 PM.

LAUREL HILL — Regional artists and craftsmen, a fleet of vintage vehicles, a Boy Scout camp, and live music will highlight the May 3 Laurel Hill Arts and Heritage Festival.

Diverse music lineup

The festival opens with the music of Crestview singer and guitarist Aaron Overton followed by classic and contemporary jazz from the Northwest Florida State College Jazz Ensemble.

Chevon Corlew and Jeremiah 29:11's lively energetic gospel and praise music will be followed by the haunting skirl of Emerald Coast Pipes and Drums.

Joining the musical lineup is Jordan Rogers, a Collegiate High School senior whose guitar and vocal artistry includes original compositions.

In addition, Gordon Martial Arts taekwondo students will demonstrate a routine of patterns, basic kicking skills and board breaking.

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