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July Jubilee Saturday

(KNZA)--The 13th annual July Jubilee will be held Saturday, June 29, at Banner Creek Reservoir, west of Holton.

In addition to fireworks, the event will feature food, vendors, children’s activities and music.

This year’s event, which is organized by the Holton/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce, will kick off at 5:00 in the evening on the north side of the reservoir.

A free-will donation dinner of brats, chips and a drink will be served by Chamber members at shelter house #1 as a fund-raiser to purchase near Christmas Lights.      

Other food vendors will also be set up at the reservoir.

GN Bank will sponsor three bounce house features that will be set up on the hill on the north side of the reservoir for children.

Giant Communications will sponsor a “ kid zone” with arts and crafts activities, while Wilson Tire will bring in a “ Sky’s the Limit” mobile gaming unit.

From 6 to 8, Madi and Destin Harrison, of Smithville, Missouri, will perform a free concert at the shelter house.  The Harrison’s, who perform as XI:XI, draw influences from pop, grunge and alternative rock to create a unique sound.

At 8:00, the Jackson County Community Band will perform at the chapel, with fireworks at dusk.

Free will donations for the fireworks display will be collected at both the north and south entrances of the reservoir during the event.


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