MASON CITY, Iowa - Friday marked the first official day of July Jubilee in Lake Mills, as well as some other festivals in North Iowa.
The festivities officially began at 9 a.m. with a cinnamon roll breakfast sale at the Truman Helgeson Civic Center. Friday evening began with a free community night, with games and activities, local food and drinks, music and even a mechanical bull. There are more activities planned all day Saturday and into Sunday.
In addition, Friday marked the first day of Rockford Days in Rockford, with registration and packet pick up for the Jon Tumilson Memorial 5K Run at the Fossil and Prairie Park, as well as a dusk family movie under the stars. More activities, inclduing a parade at 11 a.m., will continue into Saturday.
And in Garner, Duesey Days began Friday evening with a family night consisting of dinner, craft and food vendors, entertainment from Levey the Great, and more. The fun continues Saturday, including 2M and 10K races, Show & Shine Car Show, an art show, and more.
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