Marigold Days Weekend Events
New for 2018
Kasson-Mantorville Lion’s Rubber Duck Regatta
Saturday 11:00AM and 1:00PM
Sunday 3:00PM After the Parade
Registration begins at 8Am on 6th Street.
Car registrants please enter from Highway 57 onto 9th Street and drive south to 6th Street to sign up. This will relieve traffic congestion closer to the show line-up.
Show runs from 10AM until 12:30PM.
Entrants are invited to join the Grande Parade after the show.
Stagecoach 5K Run
Saturday Registration 7:30am Start Time 8:30am
Register for the annual Stagecoach 5K Run at Mantor Field. Registrations are only taken on the day of the race. $15.00 entry fee per runner. The first 50 runners will receive a tee shirt. Snacks, water & juice after the run and lots of cheering from spectators along the way for everyone. Race begins at Mantor Field in northwest Mantorville, ending at the corner of Fifth Street and Clay Street near the Post Office downtown. A new route is planned for this year, to avoid the steep hills in town.
Kids’ Fishing Contest
Saturday Registration 8:00AM
This popular event takes place on Goat Island
on the South side of Riverside Park.
Bring your own pole and bait.
Contestants will be divided into age groups: 3-8, 9-12 and 13-16.
Everyone gets a prize with trophies given
to the first place winner in each age group.
For more information or to donate to this Marigold Days Kids’ event,
call Billy Glawe 507-259-1754
Saturday & Sunday 9:00am – 5:00 pm
We want everyone to be thinking about what they might bring to the Flower Show that is held at the Greek Revival House just north of the Music Stage on Clay Street. We have 13 Categories for Marigolds and then there are 30 other categories. We have categories for Children’s flower arrangements too. If you have a flower arrangement, we will find a class for it. We accept entries on Friday, Sept. 8th from 4PM to 9PM. They are judged on Saturday morning. Cash prizes are given in the 13 Marigold Categories and ribbons are given in all categories. There is also a Best of Show award chosen from all 43 Categories.
Please come and help to make it a beautiful show.
For more information contact Muriel French at 507-635-5619
Bonnie Lindberg, Jim Marrinan, Kevin Callahan
will be on hand again this year to give a brief evaluation of an heirloom or treasure you may have.
There is a fee of $5.00 per item to be appraised.
Look for the appraisal tent on the lawn west of the Welcome Center across from the bank.
COME & ENJOY
a Dessert & Ice Cream Social
at the Senior Citizens’ Center —- 6th & Clay Street
Saturday 10AM – 5PM
A variety of handmade desserts will be served.
Coffee also available.
Your free will donation greatly appreciated.