The 26th annual Hanover Festival will be happening this Sunday, August 28th.
Kristin Watts says attendees can check out the restored turn-of-the-century village, and learn about life and work in the rural parts of Iowa’s history, as there will be a number of special displays and exhibits…(audio clip below)
There will also be a petting zoo, bouncey house, and other activities for kids.
The event is going on Sunday from noon to 6pm at the Hanover Village southeast of Alta. Admission is 15-dollars for a single entry, 25-dollars per-couple, and children 14 and under get in free.