What’s happening in September varies from Husker Harvest Days in Grand Island, Nebraska, to the Constitution Square Arts Festival in Danville, Kentucky.
A large crowd gathers for a field demonstration during the 2008 Husker Harvest Days near Grand Island, Nebraska.
It’s Santa Cali Gon Days in Independence, Missouri, this Labor Day weekend. Join in the Fun September 4-7 as history meets fun in a festival originally designed to honor the memory of the Santa Fe, California and Oregon trails, all of which had jumping off points in Independence. Learn more here.
Visitors can expect more at this year’s Husker Harvest Days, September 15-17, just west of Grand Island, Nebraska. A sold-out exhibit field filled with more than 600 exhibitors and three groups organizing charitable events, there will be plenty for farmers and ranchers to check out. Click here for more.
Kentucky history, juried arts and crafts, music and lots of local color are on tap for the 31st annual Constitution Square Arts Fest in the heart of historic downtown Danville, Kentucky. The festival, a Kentucky Tourism Council Top 10 Designated Event, will be held September 18-20. Learn more here.
Check out the first Southern Adirondack Fiber Festival in Greenwich, New York, as more than 60 vendors gather September 26-27 to offer everything fibrous, from raw fleeces through finished garments, as well as equipment and supplies needed for fiber creations. Learn more here.
More than 150 workshops, great deals from more than 200 exhibitors, off-stage demos, inspirational keynotes, and great food!LEARN MORE