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Hiawatha Maple Leaf Festival Saturday

Editor's Note: The Hiawatha Chamber and Visitors Bureau and Maple Leaf Committee says all events will still be a go in case of rain, however watch their social media for possible change in vendor and entertainment location.

(KNZA)--The annual Maple Leaf Festival will take place Saturday in downtown Hiawatha around the Courthouse Square.

Ryan Meininger, head of the Hiawatha Chamber Maple Leaf Festival Committee,  said this year’s event, which will run from 10 to 6, promises to be bigger and better.

It will include vendors, food trucks, a car show, activities for kids and entertainment.

Meininger says headlining the entertainment will be Nashville artist Erik Dylan, a native of Muscotah.

He said entertainment will be provide on two different stages—with the main stage set up in the middle of Oregon Street and the second stage on the north courthouse steps.

The following is the schedule of entertainment:

10:30-11 a.m. – Costumed Storytelling on courthouse steps

11 – 11:30 a.m. – Jazz Band on courthouse steps

11:45-12:15 – Magician Barron Stringfellow on courthouse steps

12:15-1:15 – Ian Bender and Josh May acoustic on main stage

1:15-1:30 p.m. – Meet & Greet Elsa, Spiderman and Cpt. America on courthouse steps

1:30-2 p.m. – Magician Barron Stringfellow on courthouse steps

2-2:45 p.m. – Tom Keller acoustic on main stage

3-4 p.m. – Bender band on main stage

4-5:30 p.m. – Erik Dylan on main stage
Meininger says back by popular demand is the Discovery Zone Mobile Museum—which will be set up on the north side of the courthouse square.

There will also be inflatables, a rock climbing wall, mechanical bull and obstacle courses.

In addition, Rafter B Ranch will be offering pony rides again.

The day will kick off with the 1st annual Glazin’ the Streets 5K and Donut Dash Fun Run sponsored by Hiawatha Parks and Recreation, beginning with sign-up at 9:00.


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