YUKON — Marjorie Jezek has grown up in Yukon and attended the Oklahoma Czech Festival all her life but says now that she's president of the festival, she has no time to enjoy the event. "I don't really get to enjoy it anymore because I'm so busy,” Jezek said. "I like it because it keeps our culture going and brings back memories of when I was little.” This year's Oklahoma Czech Festival will be Oct. 2 and will feature the annual carnival, parade and the ever-popular craft show. Jezek said this year's craft show will feature about 150 vendors. Last year, the festival added a car show, pony rides and bull riding. Jezek said they will all be back this year. The car show plans to double its size and add a motorcycle display. The cars will be lined up on Main Street after the parade Saturday morning. Jezek said the festival will have a beer tent and feature typical Czech foods such as kolaches, klobasy and kolbasa all day. She said preparations to bake the 2,500 dozen kolaches start in early July and last into August. Saturday evening, festival organizers will crown the annual Czech queen, junior queen, prince and princess.