FULDA COMMUNITY EVENTS:
Fulda Woodduck Festival. 3 days in July
Town and Country Days. Third Saturday in June
SLAYTON COMMUNITY EVENTS:
Miss Slayton Area Pageant
The Miss Slayton Area Pageant, held in June, is a scholarship pageant coordinated by the Slayton Women of Today and sponsored by the Slayton Area Chamber of Commerce.
Prairie Day Parade
Sponsored by the Slayton Area Chamber of Commerce, the parade is held on Saturday during fair week in August. For more information contact the Chamber at 836-6902.
Murray County Fair
The county fair is held each summer in August at the Murray County Fairgrounds located on the south edge of
This two-day event, sponsored by the Slayton Women of Today, is a shopper's paradise. The autumn boutique is held each year the Friday and Saturday after Labor Day at the Murray County Fairgrounds in Slayton.
Held on the first Saturday in December, the festival features a children's Christmas Store (sponsored by the Slayton Women of Today), Holiday Tour of Homes, Outdoor Activities, and a festive shopping atmosphere. Celebrate the season in Slayton and come for a fun filled Holi-day!
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LYON COUNTY FAIR - MARSHALL, MN
Check out 4 days and nights of fun in Marshall, MN at the Lyon County Fair. Days filled with livestock judging and demonstrations, a variety of acts on our Free Stage, and displays featuring the talents of 4-H, FFA and Open Class members. Grandstand events all four nights include: Draft Horse Show, the ever-popular PRCA Rodeo, then wrapping up the Fair with some great Demolition Derby action on. The Lyon County Fair -- great food and fun for everyone!!
MARSHALL SOUNDS OF SUMMER:
Music - Food - Fun for the whole family. Most events are at the downtown parking lot unless noted otherwise. Sounds of Summer festivities take place in August and are packed with inflatables, beer gardens, a parade, food and music!
PIPESTONE CIVIL WAR DAYS:
Saturday & Sunday - August 9-10, 2014
As one of the most enduring and respected events of its type in the upper Midwest, Pipestone Civil War Days is a tribute to our past. Set in a beautiful historic setting visitors are invited to interact with civilian and military reenactors to share some of the flavor of the 1860's with them. Reenactors, or living historians, from around our nation, recreate scenes of daily life from the home to religion to education to military camps. Events throughout the weekend include educational programs, etiquette and ballroom dance lessons, camp tours, children's games, Sunday morning church services, a Grand Ball and much more! The roar of the cannon, the smell of gun powder, and the work of our reenactors, performers, and other participants make a full immersion in the 1860s possible.
PIPESTONE WATERTOWER FESTIVAL:
Residents and visitors turn out en masse for the community's annual Watertower Festival. The festival commemorates the restoration of the city's old concrete water tower as a community landmark. Main events of this year's festival will include a street dance, art & craft show, car show, parade, and Harmon Park dedication.
WORTHINGTON KING TURKEY DAYS:
Don't miss Worthington's King Turkey Day celebration. For more than 70 years, this event has attracted thousands of people to Worthington. Start your day at the free pancake breakfast. During the Great Gobbler Gallop live turkeys are raced down the street in a friendly rivalry with Cuero, Texas. A delegation from Cuero brings a turkey to challenge Worthington's famous turkey, Paycheck. Right after the gallop, one of the area's largest parades kicks off. Hundreds of people gather along Worthington's Tenth Street to catch the action. A featured speaker, 10K race and carnival are all a part of King Turkey Day festivities.
WORTHINGTON Old Fashioned 4th of July @ Pioneer Village
4TH Of July
See history come to life at Pioneer Village's Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration. Pioneer Village is a historical attraction located next to the Nobles County Fairgrounds. Visitors can enjoy barbecues, hot dogs and lemonade in the village's fire hall; sip sasparillas in the Red Garter Saloon; and watch demonstrations of frontier life at various venues. Each year a melodrama is performed by local actors and actresses. Take a step back in time and spend the Fourth of July in Worthington.