Here’s the schedule for the weekend-long Labor Day Bash!
Wrist Bands: $2.00 each (Children: 5 & under are free)
Dockage - Contact Art LeBeau @ 815-795-7146
Campers – Contact: Kevin Kwiat @ 815-341-3889 (text-please)
Schedule of Events
Friday (Sept. 4)
5 – 7 pm Dinner: Loaded Nachos
8 pm D. J. TODD PETERSON
Saturday (Sept. 5)
7 – 9 am Breakfast Casserole, Toast, Cereal
Lunch & Dinner: Vendor Food
8:30 pm Cody Calkins Band
Sunday (Sept. 6)
7 – 9 am Full Breakfast
11 am – 1 pm Lunch
5 – 7 pm Dinner
8 pm Vinyl Tap Band
Monday (Sept. 9)
7 – 10 am Continental Breakfast
Dog Contest (Saturday @ 11 am) – Judging for Costume & Talent – PRIZES!
We will have the Bags game and Horse Shoes.
You might even get in some boating!
Cody Calkins Band
The river level in the Ottawa pool is finally back to normal and predicted to stay that way! It’s been a long haul.
Our friends down river are not so lucky. Closed to recreational traffic below Lacon, lots of folks have been banned from boating on it for weeks. Peoria will be above flood stage for at least another week.
John Guider, who is trying to finish a 6,000 mile Great Loop journey in a one-man canoe, is stuck in Chillicothe. According to the blog on his website, he tried to talk the Coast Guard brass in St. Louis into making an exception to the boating ban, but no dice.
Hoping for no more downpours!
This year’s Ottawa Riverfest features food, fun and music from Thursday, July 30 through Sunday, August 1st.
Visit the fest’s website for all the details: http://www.ottawariverfest.org