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  • Land of the Loon Festival
    All day
    06-15-2019-06-16-2019

    1789 MN-210, Cromwell, MN 55726, USA

    1789 MN-210, Cromwell, MN 55726, USA

    43rd Annual Land of the Loon Festival in Virginia, MN

    Festival Dates: Saturday & Sunday, June 15 & 16, 2019

    Park Hours:

    Saturday10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
    Sunday10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    Land of the Loon Ethnic Arts and Crafts Festival celebrates the culture and customs of the diverse people who settled in Northeastern Minnesota. The colorful traditions and flavors of the early immigrants and settlers are re-created by a melting pot of artisans, crafters, musicians, entertainers, and welcoming volunteers.

    The two-day festival kicks off the third full weekend in June on Saturday morning with an eighty-unit parade down Chestnut Street and Fifth Avenue in the historic heart of Virginia. Then the activities shift north to beautiful Olcott Park where the crowds sample the delicious ethnic foods, listen to the colorful music from countries around the world, browse among the hundreds of exquisite art and craft booths, and celebrate the weekend-long family entertainment hosted by Iron Range volunteers.

    NO DOGS ALLOWED IN OLCOTT PARK DUE TO CITY ORDINANCE

    We are booth 042S on the South side of the park!

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  • Land of the Loon Festival
    All day
    06-16-2019-06-17-2019

    1789 MN-210, Cromwell, MN 55726, USA

    1789 MN-210, Cromwell, MN 55726, USA

    43rd Annual Land of the Loon Festival in Virginia, MN

    Festival Dates: Saturday & Sunday, June 15 & 16, 2019

    Park Hours:

    Saturday10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
    Sunday10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    Land of the Loon Ethnic Arts and Crafts Festival celebrates the culture and customs of the diverse people who settled in Northeastern Minnesota. The colorful traditions and flavors of the early immigrants and settlers are re-created by a melting pot of artisans, crafters, musicians, entertainers, and welcoming volunteers.

    The two-day festival kicks off the third full weekend in June on Saturday morning with an eighty-unit parade down Chestnut Street and Fifth Avenue in the historic heart of Virginia. Then the activities shift north to beautiful Olcott Park where the crowds sample the delicious ethnic foods, listen to the colorful music from countries around the world, browse among the hundreds of exquisite art and craft booths, and celebrate the weekend-long family entertainment hosted by Iron Range volunteers.

    NO DOGS ALLOWED IN OLCOTT PARK DUE TO CITY ORDINANCE

    We are booth 042S on the South side of the park!

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