This town just west of Minneapolis, on the Crow River, celebrates with a boat parade, fireworks, human foosball tournament, canoe races, duck races, a car show and parade Sunday.
The main event is the 12:31 p.m. Sunday parade, one of the region's largest. There's also a carnival, craft show, power-boat races and car show.
This town in the northwest Minnesota lakes region features turtle races, a rodeo, music, trolley rides, inflatable games and a parade Friday.
The festival in this northwest Iowa town, home of Blue Bunny ice cream, includes an art fair, old-fashioned children's games, architectural tours, a polo match, airplane and helicopter stunts and a parade at 9 a.m. Saturday. And the ice cream is free.
This town east of Ames calls itself Iowa's rose capital, and it celebrates with garden tours, children's games, a truck and tractor pull, music, fireworks and a parade at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Eagle Ridge Resort hosts two balloon races, two night glows and rides for the public.
A 131-mile yard sale along U.S. 34 from Aurora to Galesburg, with events in many towns.
Luke Combs and Darius Rucker headline this festival just west of Minneapolis.
The blues festival is at Riverfront Park.
This family festival at Norskedalen Nature & Heritage Center, in the coulees near La Crosse, features the best of Scandinavian culture: food, music and crafts. For children, there will be a visit from the trolls by the bridge, fjord horses and a scavenger hunt.
On the banks of the Mississippi, 200 artists show their wares. There will also be music, art for kids and a car show.
This year, the fair is not on the Stone Arch Bridge but on the west side of the river between Portland and North Fourth Avenue.
Besides sausage sampling, there will be music, a dachshund derby, a beer-stein holding contest and hotdog games.