The annual "Heritage Days" is held during the third weekend in August.
August 18 - 20, 2017
33rd Annual Festival
Theme: "Let's Go Crazy"
What happens when you hold a three-day family focused event over the third weekend in August in beautiful St. Paul Park? Community is what happens! Families come and spend time together, neighbors share laughs, children have fun and people work together to create memories that will last a lifetime.
The St. Paul Park Heritage Days Festival includes fantastic events such as a mud volleyball tournament, carnival, car show, live entertainment, and of course, a wonderful grande day parade which includes community organizations, schools, businesses, churches and other exciting groups. Something for everyone.
So have you heard? The St. Paul Park/Newport Lions Club have come on board once again to facilitate the festival.
St. Paul Park/Newport Lions Club
So what better way to reach out and help the community than to facilitate the St. Paul Park Heritage Days Festival.
The St. Paul Park/Newport Lions Club is gearing up to organize and successfully execute the St. Paul Park Heritage Days Festival. By helping their own community in "keeping the dream alive" of their hometown festival, they are fully committed to getting the job done. This goes to show no job is too big or too small for them; they are always ready to pitch in where help is needed.
This club was originally chartered in 1955, serving the South Washington County area with an emphasis on St. Paul Park, Newport, Cottage Grove and Grey Cloud Island Township. The club currently has over 60 members who come from all walks of life. Their members are community leaders who serve with distinction in local government, as business owners, chemists, retail professionals, scientists, laborers, farmers, police officers, firefighters, teachers, landscapers, social workers...you name it--they've got it.
Just as the St. Paul Park/Newport Lions Club has been doing for decades in the community, why not help them make this local festival a huge success.