Hot Dog Festival sizzles up in Three Rivers

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Three Rivers Historical Museum to host the annual festival on June 29

THREE RIVERS – At first thought, a day at the museum may not sound like the best way to spend your Saturday this summer, but this June 29 should be more fun than usual as the Three Rivers Historical Museum will be hosting the annual Hot Dog Festival.

Throughout the day, hot dog lovers will have the opportunity to enjoy regular hot dogs, polish dogs, veggie dogs, corn on the cob and root beer floats served by an A&W Float Mobile. The food at the festival will be cooked by Sequoia and Kings National Park Superintendent Clay Jordan, Tulare County Supervisor Eddie Valero, Tulare County Fire Chief Charlie Norman and first responders from all departments.

Along with the food and floats, the first responder equipment exhibits will be on display. Festival goers will be able to see the displays for Tulare County Sheriff, California Highway Patrol, Tulare County Fire, Sequoia National Park Fire and Park Information, the Army Corps of Engineers, Bureau of Land Management, NOAA, the American Ambulance Three Rivers Fire Safe Council, the Sequoia Park Conservancy and the American Red Cross.

The festival will be June 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Three Rivers Historical Museum at 42268 Sierra Dr., Three Rivers. For more information, Tom Marshall can be contacted by phone at 559-799-4607 or email at [email protected].

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