(KTIV) – A fun festival is coming up in Northwest Iowa.
The Grand Meadow Heritage Center in Washta, Iowa, is holding their 43rd annual Grand Meadow Heritage Festival from September 7 – 8.
Events include several food vendors, a petting zoo, pony rides and a parade Saturday morning. The parade begins at 10:30 a.m. and is followed by barbecue meals, an antique tractor pull and music by the Clay Creek Deaf Cowboy Band.
The festival takes place four miles of Washta, Iowa, then two miles north.
For more information on the festival you can visit the Grand Meadow Heritage Center’s Facebook page.
The Grand Meadow Heritage Center is a historical museum with a focus on the rural way of life. Its mission is to provide a look into the history of the area and the way of life for previous Iowa generations.
The museum itself in an old school building that was built in 1921.