All the proceeds benefit the Kemp Center for the Arts.
Organizers say the festival offers something to everyone.
Helen West, who's with the Kemp Center for the Arts, says, "If you want to landscape your yard we have vendors here to help you with that. We have tractors here if you want to drive a tractor. If you want to sail a boat, we have the Wichita Falls Sailing Club here. There are interests for everyone."
If you didn't make it out today, be sure to stop by the festival tomorrow.
It's from 11 to 5 p.n. at the MPEC.
Admission is $7.
Active military members get in for $5.
Kids 12 and under get in free.
Make sure to stop by the KFDX booth, where you can find out the latest on staying safe during severe weather season using your mobile devices, plus you can find out how to win an iPad 2!
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