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PulaskiFest has varied entertainment

PULASKI — Area children will have the chance to join in the chaos of “KAOS” when Rick Hubbard brings his Kazoobie Kazoo Show to PulaskiFest Oct. 4.
KAOS or “Kids Appearing On Stage” is part of Hubbard’s decade-old traveling show that gets every member of the audience involved.
Each person attending his show receives a free kazoo (while supplies last) and gets to perform with Hubbard in the show’s grand finale.
During KAOS, children from the audience perform on stage — singing, dancing, playing maracas and inflatable guitars that are given away — as Hubbard plays the guitar, banjo, steel drum and “other exotic instruments.”
Hubbard, from South Carolina, performs his own original songs.
Every “kid,” and even some grown-ups, “get a chance to be on stage” during the show, according to Hubbard’s web site at www.kazoobie.com.
In the more than 10 years he has been taking his act across the nation, he has given away more than a million kazoos to audiences, according to the web site.
Locally, Hubbard has performed at First Night in Roanoke.
The Virginia Highlands Pipes and Drums Corps also will perform at the festival once again this year.
For 25 years, the band has been performing Scottish and Irish music at parades, festivals and a variety of other events.
They are scheduled to perform at 1 p.m. on the grass in front of the gazebo.
This year’s festival sponsors are the Town of Pulaski, Pulaski County, James Hardie Building Products, CWI Media & Marketing, and Coffee Buy the Book.

PulaskiFest has varied entertainment

PULASKI — Area children will have the chance to join in the chaos of “KAOS” when Rick Hubbard brings his Kazoobie Kazoo Show to PulaskiFest Oct. 4.
KAOS or “Kids Appearing On Stage” is part of Hubbard’s decade-old traveling show that gets every member of the audience involved.
Each person attending his show receives a free kazoo (while supplies last) and gets to perform with Hubbard in the show’s grand finale.
During KAOS, children from the audience perform on stage — singing, dancing, playing maracas and inflatable guitars that are given away — as Hubbard plays the guitar, banjo, steel drum and “other exotic instruments.”
Hubbard, from South Carolina, performs his own original songs.
Every “kid,” and even some grown-ups, “get a chance to be on stage” during the show, according to Hubbard’s web site at www.kazoobie.com.
In the more than 10 years he has been taking his act across the nation, he has given away more than a million kazoos to audiences, according to the web site.
Locally, Hubbard has performed at First Night in Roanoke.
The Virginia Highlands Pipes and Drums Corps also will perform at the festival once again this year.
For 25 years, the band has been performing Scottish and Irish music at parades, festivals and a variety of other events.
They are scheduled to perform at 1 p.m. on the grass in front of the gazebo.
This year’s festival sponsors are the Town of Pulaski, Pulaski County, James Hardie Building Products, CWI Media & Marketing, and Coffee Buy the Book.