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Herzogfest

Celebrate the German heritage of this Volga German community with polka music, concerts, parade, car show, talent show, free swimming, food booths, kids pedal pull and fireworks show. Event features free entertainment on Friday and Saturday night with national recording artists and local bands. Saturday includes a 5K Run/Walk, parade, traditional German Welcome, horseshoe tournament, bingo, pinochle, beer and food booths, polka music, German singers, talent show and fireworks. Various vendors will be set up and food booths will have a variety of local favorites including dumplings, brauts, beirocks, galushkies and green bean dumpling soup. Saturday afternoon Polka Mass at 4 pm is a traditional Catholic service with polka music and German singers. FREE - All are invited to attend.

Herzogfest

Address : Honey Braun Park -Victoria, KS Hays KS
Phone : 785-735-4851   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : info@herzogfest.com

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Admission Fee : Free

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