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34th Annual Peak Fest
Celebrating The Peak of Good Living
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Historic Downtown Apex
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The Rotary of Apex’s Pancake Breakfast
Saturday, May 3, 7-10am
Fire Station in Downtown Apex
$6 a plate, $3 for children 10 and under
Tickets purchased at the door.
Salem Street in historic downtown Apex will come alive during Peakfest!
For more than thirty years, Peakfest has brought families together for a day of fun, food and fellowship. The event, which is referred to as an arts and crafts festival, has deep roots within the Apex community. What started as a small community day in a school parking lot has grown into an event that draws hundreds of vendors and over 15,000 people to the streets of downtown Apex. Every year, the Apex Festival Commission plans a bigger and more exciting day.
Peakfest is the largest public event in Apex and, it is about more than fun. Live music all day, artist of every kind (jewelry, pottery, watercolor and acrylic), a bmx show, skateboard demonstrations, entertainment for the kids, food that you would find at the fair, and so much more! Vendors are charged a fee to participate and businesses become sponsors, helping to offset the expenses of the day.
The Apex Festival Commission is responsible for hosting the event. They are a group of volunteers who donate their time year round. The members are:
Chair: Jeff Hastings, Hastings Farm Supply
Vice Chair, Grants & Sponsorships: Nancy Haywood, Wake County Public Schools
Food/Vendor Concessions: David Wood, Town of Apex Parks and Recreation Department
Logistics: John Brown, Town of Apex, Director of Parks and Recreation
Entertainment: Rick Gardner
Finance: Lashonza Brown
Marketing & ADBA Reps: Blaine East, Landcorp