Waynesville Vet-Fest to support Wounded Warrior Project

Vet-Fest in Waynesville will feature a poker run, live music and food on Saturday, Nov. 9, in the Haywood Square shopping center. 

Live bands will play from 3 to 10 p.m., including Brian Keith & the Mile High Band, Smokerise and Fried Pie Experience. The event is family friendly.

A poker run starts at noon. Motorcyclists will visit five stops, drawing a card at each one to see who has the best hand by the end of the run. Stops include Jack’s Leather Shop in Maggie Valley, Legends in Maggie Valley, Harley Shop in Cherokee and Steel Horses.

The cost is $20 for drivers and $15 for passengers. Proceeds go to the Wounded Warrior Project and veterans initiatives. Haywood Square is in downtown Waynesville on Branner Avenue. 828.734.5795.

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