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An eastbound BNSF train at Prairie du Chien, W...The Carlisle Railroads Festival is an annual event that brings together the entire community and surrounding areas for food, fun, and entertainment.  The event is overseen by the Carlisle Fire Department-Ladies Auxillary Group.

Festivities will kick off on Friday, August 20th and Saturday, August 21st on the grounds of Chamberlain Middle School on Fairview Drive in Carlisle.

The entertainment schedule is being finalized, but persons interested in performing should contact Fire Chief Krista Wyatt at (937) 743-7725 ext. 310.

One of the highlights of the 2-day festival is the parade.  The parade begins at 10:00 am at Roscoe Roof Park and concludes at the Carlisle Local Schools.  Interested in participating in the parade?  Contact Terry Johnson at (937) 464-3995 or Cheryl Sweezy at (937) 789-4737.

The City of Carlisle Parks and Recreation Board will also be hosting their annual Cutest Baby Photo Contest at the event.  The contest is open for all area children up to 24 months old.  Interested in entering?  Submit one photograph (up to 5"x7") plus $5 entry fee with a completed form (see below) by August 19th to Town Hall.

For futher information or questions regarding the 2010 Railroad Days festival, please contact Fire Chief Krista Wyatt at (937) 743-7725 ext. 310.
Attached Document or FileBooth Application Form - 2010 
Attached Document or FileBaby Photo Contest - Entry Form 2010  

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    Why won't I be able to purchase a BLACK T-SHIRT from a vendor at this event ?
    Will I be fined if I pull out a cigarette and take a few puffs because the event is held on school grounds?
    Will there be a place to purchase a cheeseburger? (I hear the LIONS club will only be selling the BIG Ts)
    How come there can only be certain vendors selling one type of product and not two or three to choose from ?
    Someone on the Railroad Road Days Committee please explain these things to the public PLEASE

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