The Town of Esto is having a Two Toe Tom Garage sale on Sept 14th 2013 at John Clark Park in Esto Florida. Inside tables are $10 to rent for the day and outside tables are $5 to rent for the day. This will be posted in all the newspapers as well. This is a fund raiser for the Festival which will be held in April 2014. Please call Darlene at 850-263-3201 to reserve your table now or for any information.
Two-Toe Tom Legend
Deep in the swamps along the border between Alabama and Florida can be heard stories of a water monster of a different sort. It is said that he is more than 20 feet long, has red eyes, and is demon possessed. Two-Toe Tom is the focus of numerous legends and tall tales. His name originates from the claim that he lost all but two toes on one foot to a bear-trap. Due to his ferocity and frequent attacks, many have hunted for Tom. But Two-Toe Tome has never been captured. Some believe Tom still lurks in Sand Hammock Lake near Esto Florida, even to this day.
Nashville recording artists "The Springs" won the New Music Awards "Country New Group of the Year". Originally from South Alabama, this multi-award winning band has already charted three releases on the main Music Raw Country chart.
Southern Chain Gang
Southern Chain Gang will have you kickin' up your heels with foot-stompin' country classics and some good ole southern style rock!. The band originates from the Holmes County Florida area and strives to make each performance better than the last.
Big and Loud
Big and Loud is a guitar driven southern sound, based out of Southeast Alabama. Their roots and influences are evident and there is no mistaking that their sound can only be found south of Montgomery and north of Tallahassee.
Directions & Contact Information
Directions from Dothan AL: Take Hwy 52 West to Slocomb and turn onto County Road 9 to Esto at the state line.
Directions from Marianna FL: Take Hwy 90 to Bonifay Florida and turn north onto Hwy 79 North towards Esto.
Contact Information: For questions or additional information, please call either Darlene Madden at (850) 263-3201 or the Town of Esto at (850) 263-6521. You may also contact us via the "Contact Us" button located at the top of this page.