North Judson Mint Festival begins Friday

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STARKE COUNTY, Ind. – The 44th annual North Judson Mint Festival runs this weekend with a lineup of live music, food, and activities for the whole family to enjoy.

The Mint Festival is held every Father’s Day Weekend in downtown North Judson and the North Judson Park.

Friday’s festivities begin with an opening ceremony at the Norwayne Field Pavilion followed by a Father/Grandfather of the Year presentation and the crowing of the Festival’s king and queen. The evening wraps up with performances by the 4-Play Line Band and Hoosier Highway. Guests can also enjoy Tastes of North Judson and Twist & Smile Balloons all evening.

Saturday’s events kick off with a 5K Run/2-mile walk followed by a pancake breakfast and a list of activities for guests of all ages to enjoy, like a car show, pet parade, and cooking with mint competition.

The Festival wraps on Sunday with live music, a parade, and more.

Admission and parking for the Festival are free.

Guests can also enjoy train excursions with the Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum on Saturday and Sunday.

For more information, visit the Festival on Facebook.

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