A wild time at Kent’s Fest
Local residents strut their stuff at event filled with music and dancing
LOCK HAVEN — There was a lot of monkeying around at Lock Haven University’s East Campus Gymnasium on April 26. Hundreds of people, young and old, packed the space for the 18th annual Kent’s Fest. A celebration of all that’s great about the areas most special residents. This year’s theme was “jungle safari” and the performers didn’t disappoint. Groups danced to classics such as “Eye of the Tiger,” “George of the Jungle” and “Bear Necessities” as well as some new age favorites like “I Like to Move It” from Pixar’s “Madagascar” and Katy Perry’s “Roar” all while dressed up in colorful costumes and dancing along to well-practiced choreography.