It’s coming, it’s coming !!!!
Fall in the Kiamichi’s is breathtaking. You always hear the mountains described as a beautiful patch work quilt but let me tell you–-You’ve never seen so many shades of reds, oranges, yellows, browns, and greens on one mountain, let alone a whole chain of them.
Then there’s Big Foot–-The trees are bent and intertwined into tall and short tent like shelters. Some say it’s the skidders working in the woods –could be but some of the shelters are amazingly shaped. Our festival is centered around appreciating the land Big Foot travels through and sometimes lives in. We hope you’ll come away with the admiration of the “Big” & “Little” mountains and the valleys as much as we do. Our Festival is also family oriented. Two and three generations have been here and thoroughly enjoyed the time together. In other words, you can find something for any age.
Our entertainers are all geared up and ready to give you a wonderful musical experience at the “Mountain Music Manifest”. Our speakers and presenters have taken the extra time off to gather new and exciting information, stories, and experiences to share with you.
The Festival has found a new suitable home and it is our hope that it stays here for years to come. This site is perfectly situated as an interface from civilization, to the woods where “Big Foot” resides. The Ludlow Rock Schoolhouse, what better place to learn about big foot then a classic country schoolhouse built in 1940 by the WPA. Many of the families in this area had members attend grade school at this very location.
Located just 4.7 miles East of the crossroads of Indian Highway and Highway 144, and 9.8 miles West of Highway 259 at Octavia, the Ludlow Rock Schoolhouse sets just off the Highway on a beautiful 10 acres of prime “Squatchy” land.
The Fall Festival will charge the car load $10 to park, so load your car up with family friends and even your enemies (they could possibly be your friends afterwards) and come on over to the Honobia 2013 Big Foot Conference & Festival.