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Memorial Day is a big event in Jackson County! Holton welcomes alumni back to town, we rally around our hometown heroes, and we celebrate! The celebration starts on Friday night and continues through Saturday. Everyone is welcome to join in the fun! Vendors must be registered in advance to participate. Car show participants are encouraged to register in advance, however it is not mandatory.

Friday, 5:00 - Lions Club Annual Meal 6:00 - Entertainment provided by Gary Bell

Saturday, 7:00 - Farmer's Market 8:00 - Memorial Day Tribute 8:00 - Registration begins 9:00 - Vendor Show & Concessions begin 9:30 - Entertainment begins 11:00 - Alumni Parade 11:30 - Garden Tractor Pull 2:00 - Presentation of Awards

Glory Days/Car & Craft Show

Address : Courtyard, downtown Holton KS
Phone : 785-364-3963   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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