Heritage Days

Check out the Hot Rides
Check out the Hot Rides
When your checking out the Faribault Heritage Days festivities make sure you swing by Faribault Main Street Car Cruise Night tonight (6/16) on the 300 block of Central Avenue in downtown Faribault. I’ll be crankin’ up the tunes and giving away prizes including Power 96 t-shirts, if you ask nicely, and $25 Chamber Checks throughout the event, so make sure you stop by and say “Hi” and find out how y
Check Out Hot Rods
Check Out Hot Rods
The next Faribault Main Street Car Cruise Night takes place this Friday night, June 16, during Faribault Heritage Days on the 300 block of Central Avenue in downtown Faribault. I’ll be crankin’ up the tunes and giving away prizes including Power 96 t-shirts, if you ask nicely, and $25 Chamber Checks throughout the event, so make sure you stop by and say “Hi” and find out how you could win... Read
Father Doyle is Grand Marshal
Father Doyle is Grand Marshal
Faribault's annual Heritage Days Celebration is June 14-17 this year, with Central Park again the center of the event. We will visit with some representatives of the Heritage Days Board on AM Minnesota at 9:30AM. Board members are: Travis McColley, Chairman Ed Little, Vice-Chairman Laura McColley, Parade Coordinator Paul Penansky, Historian Troy Temple Kari Casper, Craft Fair Coordinator Sue Jens
Trinity Lutheran’s Free Lunch During Faribault Heritage Days
Trinity Lutheran’s Free Lunch During Faribault Heritage Days
One thing you might have picked up about me is that I love to eat, I mean I really love to eat. And it's even better when the food I'm eating is free, as in the free lunch hosted by the Trinity Lutheran Church in Faribault. This free meal is one of the many Faribault Heritage Days events that are going on today and I haven't missed out on going at all over the past few years...
Faribault Heritage Days Takes Off
Faribault Heritage Days Takes Off
Thursday night I took a break from mowing my yard and rounded up the grandkids went to the Faribault Heritage Days Model Airplane Flying Event at the east end of the Faribault Soccer Complex. A couple of the pilots, Tim Hallet and Lyle Poock, were flying a variety of smaller lightweight planes and a drone-like aircraft around the temporary airfield and performing some aerobatic maneuvers, much to