COLUMBIA CITY — The 118th annual Old Settlers’ Days Festival, hosted in downtown Columbia City, June 21-25, is a long-standing tradition.
It’s a time enjoyable for the whole family, with nightly downtown carnival midway entertainment, such as rides, concessions and games, live local bands on the courthouse lawn, No-prep RC Drag Racing by Next Generation RC & Hobby, a two-day pickleball tournament by the Columbia City Parks & Recreation Department, a cornhole tournament and an antique tractor drive by the Shrine Antique Power Club. The festival culminates with the American Legion Parade at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 25.
The theme this year is “Emergency,” based on the 1970’s television series, aimed to honor our faithful and brave Emergency Services Community. Also, this year the Whitley County Family YMCA will be hosting a Young Settlers Day Parade with the same theme.
Please join us June 21-25 for the 118th annual Old Settlers’ Days Festival. For complete listings of all the entertainment planned, please visit our website at oldsettlers.net and follow us on Facebook at Old Settlers Days – Whitley County. We’ll see ya there!