It's cars, games, and a whole lot of fun at Heritage Days in Radville, on Saturday, September 16. From a bike parade, and a car show to a pie contest, to numerous games, there is something for the whole family to enjoy.
“We start off with a bike parade in the morning, and then we have a soap box derby right after that, then you can come down to the station for lunch, and throughout the afternoon we will have games for kids, face painting, and rope making, and in the afternoon for parents, we will have a lawn game tournament,” said Addisen Laird, Tour Coordinator, for Tourism Radville.
Car lovers can enjoy taking in the car show in the afternoon, it will kick off at 1 PM and run until 5 PM. The winner will walk away with $200, and registration takes place on the day of the event.
Baking enthusiasts are welcome to create their delicious mouthwatering pies for competition. Whether it's apple, cherry, or peach, any pie is welcome to enter the taste-testing challenge. First place will win $30, second place, $20, and third place $10. The top three winners will also win a dinner for two at the train station courtesy of Tourism Radville.
Pre-registration is required for both the soap box derby and the pie contest, for more details you can email email@example.com or call (306)815-7332, all entries are by donation. During the event entertainment will be provided by James Dionne.
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