East Polk Heritage Day Sees High Number of Attendees and Community Support
By: Mary Balstad email@example.com
Fosston, MN – The East Polk Heritage Day was held on Saturday, September 11th. With the event being a no-show the year prior, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Heritage Day saw many people turn out to support the Heritage Center. Vendors and demonstrators filled the heritage grounds with handmade items and historic information. Board member and treasurer of the Heritage Center Bonnie Stewart was thrilled with the amount of people and subsequent support from the community.
One of the more popular headliners to the Heritage Day were the two concerts. No Rest for the Pickers and the Snowmen played at the event, bringing music to an already lively crowd. The weekly Farmers Market also saw an expand to the number of vendors.
The next upcoming event for the Heritage Center is their annual holiday dinner. With the expected theme of “Viking Solstice,” this event will have more information to come later in the year. Other ways to support the East Polk Heritage Center is through membership and donations. At eastpolkheritage.org people can find many ways to continue to support the organization. Stewart explains the various ways people can donate and support the East Polk Heritage Center all year long.
Whether the support of the Heritage Center is through money or time, all is welcome and encouraged. More information and updates for upcoming events can be found at eastpolkheritge.org.