Destined to be Florida's Largest
Agriculture & History Festival

ve entertainment including
Cactus Jack & the Cadillacs, Singer/Songwriter Bailey Callahan, 
Tampa Bay's Girl on Fire, Bob Patterson,  
Ocali Storytellers, Cameron Cato and more...

Come see what all the Food Truck hype is about:
15 of Florida's finest Gourmet Food Trucks

Kids area including bounce houses, face painting and more...
Child Rescue Network free Identicards for children

Beer & Wine Garden
2 Stages

Ocala Mopar Group / Cars

Creating an opportunity to experience the beauty
and wealth of Florida's Culture

Agriculture - Education - Artisans - Tourism

History - Entertainment - Beer Garden - Food Trucks - Kids Area
November 16 Saturday 9:00AM TO 6:00PM
November 17 Sunday 12:00pm to 6:00pm

*Free Admission*

a portion of proceeds benefit local charities including
Florida Agriculture Center & Horse Park Authority
11008 S Hwy 475, Ocala, FL 34480

 Florida: Not just Home; Home Grown
Florida's not just for oranges!

HISTORY: Florida has belonged to Spain, England, France, The Confederate States of America, and the United States of America. It became a U.S. territory in 1821 and a state in 1845. Florida history is an interesting subject.

CAPITAL: Tallahassee

POPULATION: 18,300,000 estimated in 2009.
It is the fourth most populous state in the U.S. Only California, Texas and New York have more people.

CITIES: One of the least known Florida facts is that Jacksonville is the largest city in the state with 736,000 people, but the Metro Areas of Tampa/St. Petersburg/Clearwater (2,396,000), Miami (2,253,000), Orlando (1,645,000), Ft. Lauderdale (1,623,000) and West Palm Beach/Boca Raton (1,131,0000) all have more people than the the Jacksonville metro area with about 1,100,000 people. 

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