Enjoy food, music, crafts and dance from 90 different ethnic groups at the downtown RiverCentre.
This big garage sale is a good excuse to make the scenic, 70-mile drive around this wide spot in the Mississippi, in both Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Watch a kayak whitewater rodeo, take a paddling clinic, make your own paddle or join a group float. There's hiking and rock-climbing, too. In Sandstone's Robinson Park and Banning State Park.
Visit artists at 28 studios and sites in and around St. Croix Falls, Osceola and Amery.
Dozens of musical groups in all genres play in museums, galleries, cafes and arts centers across town. There are arts workshops for children, too.
This festival on Cricket Hill in Lincoln Park includes free kite kits for kids, games and a candy drop from kites.
More than 6 million tulips bloom during this festival, which features a Dutch market, dancers, trolley tours, big-name performers and three parades, ending with the Muziekparade, with 40 bands and 40 floats.
It's canceled in 2020.
This fiesta on the West Side (just south of downtown) features a parade, low-rider car show and lots of food, music and dancing.
The festival is virtual this year -- watch it online.
There's a lot going on in this former communal society in eastern Iowa — a 10 a.m. Saturday parade, polka music, keg-tapping, food-sampling, artisan demonstrations and pony rides.