Holland Fest in Cedar Grove, WI

July 27, 2019 @ 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
Holland Fest
Next to the Cazebo in Memorial Park
Cedar Grove

Cedar Grove, WI was formed when survivors of the Phoenix disaster washed up on Amsterdam beach in 1845. These Dutch immigrants founded Cedar Grove, Wisconsin four years later in 1849. The descendants of these founders wanted to find a way to celebrate their Dutch heritage. The Holland Festival was born. The party included Dutch costumes, Dutch food, Klompen dancing, street sweeping, music, and a parade down Main Street. Now, more than 70 years of celebration later, these beloved Dutch traditions are alive and well. We annually welcome a diverse crowd of thousands to our small town the last Friday/Saturday weekend of July. People from around the world come to join in on the fun. In fact, we quadruple our town’s population during these two days every July! Come and celebrate with us this year; we can’t wait to say, “Welkom!”

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