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July 25 & 26, 2014
67th Annual Holland Festival 


2013 Hollandfest Run Results Here


Looking for clean family fun in a quaint, small-town environment?  Join us for the annual Holland Festival in Cedar Grove, Wisconsin, and you may just absorb some history about the Dutch heritage as well.Wooden Shoes  While we've diversified considerably, the residents of this small village appreciate the culture and fortitude of those who settled the former fishing village.  The last weekend in July is when they observe the old traditions and celebrate the present.   

The annual event attracts folks from around the corner in Sheboygan County to those from Europe and beyond.  From 3p.m. on Friday, through 10 p.m. on Saturday, you'll find something for every member of the family within a 3-block radius.  Cedar Grove is located about 40 minutes north of Milwaukee and 90 minutes south of Green Bay just off of I-43 in Sheboygan County.  

 Festival activities include: 

bulletGames and amusements
bulletArea tours and historical displays
bulletA run/walk
bulletDutch dancing and fashions
bulletArt fair
bulletA smorgasbord of ethnic (and American) foods
bulletHundreds of raffle prizes
bulletFree live music
bulletA large parade preceded by the traditional scrubbing of the streets and Klompen Dancing.

Browse through this site for more information.  Then plan to come and enjoy this summer celebration of Cedar Grove's history.  Make new friends and get reacquainted with the old ones.  You'll appreciate the family atmosphere and closeness that only a rural Wisconsin town deeply rooted in its past can provide.  (No alcohol is served on the grounds.)

More Information about Cedar Grove can be found on the Village's Website!

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