KUTZTOWN, Pa. -

Sunday marked day two of the Kutztown Folk Festival.

This year,  the festival has extended hours. This year it's open until 8 o'clock.

The fair features homemade treats, including many prepared without using electricity.

"We put up an ox, cook it on an open fire, cook it all day, we'll cut it down the end of the day, finish the meat off and serve it next door," said Greg Stewart, the"Ox-Man."

Every summer, the Kutztown Folk Festival draws in thousands of visitors hungry for a taste of Pennsylvania Dutch culture.

The festival runs through Sunday, July 6, open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day, except for closing day, when the gates close at 5 p.m.

The festival is held at the Kutztown Fairgrounds located at 225 North Whiteoak Street in  Kutztown, Berks County.