We celebrate Independence Day on the actual 4th of July, so come and enjoy the parade, food, and all-day fun, right in downtown Longville.
2020 List of Events
9:30 a.m. – FREE Inflatables for the kids.
10:00 a.m. – The Food Court opens with lots of goodies including food by the Longville Chamber, Bake Sale from Young-At-Heart Senior Club, and Walking Tacos by the Longville Lions.
10:00 a.m. – STAGING FOR PARADE will begin in the Salem Lutheran Church parking lot.
11:00 a.m. – PARADE begins, followed by kids’ races, games, contests and prizes for all ages.
DUSK – Longville’s spectacular FIREWORKS display will take place over Girl Lake.
What a great way to celebrate our nation’s birthday and independence!
ALL DAY – SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY – SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BUSINESSES!!!
3-4:30 p.m. Bring the kids for FREE PHOTOS WITH SANTA, sponsored by the Longville Area Women of Today, at the Common Grounds Coffee Shop. Contact Dianne Larson, [email protected]
4-6 p.m. Downtown Longville, always the Saturday after Thanksgiving and always free. Enjoy horse-and-wagon rides, a bonfire, hotdogs, hot chocolate and cookies, and Christmas carols.
5:20 p.m. The official town Christmas tree lights are illuminated to celebrate the rest of the holiday season.
Holiday Open House, First National Bank — an annual tradition! ALL locations.
Free Christmas concert at Salem Lutheran Church featuring the beautiful music of the Longville Area Community Choir. A holiday tradition!
Christmas Musical. Two performances: 1 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Special holiday event sponsored by the Gallery of New Creations and The Longville Lakes Arts Alliance. Mix and mingle with local artists and community members.
Get your homemade holiday treats, and help a worthy community organization at the same time! Cookie Walk lasts until the baked goods are sold out. Sponsored by the Longville Area Women of Today.
Annual Gala and Holiday Tradition. Fundraising event for the Longville Community Foundation.
The LACF serves residents in Cass County, Minnesota residing in the townships of Woodrow, Wabedo, Kego, Pine Lake, Inguadona, Trelipe, Thunder Lake, and the City of Longville.
Our Vision: To make each citizen aware of the past, present and future of the LACF as a dynamic entity for promoting the growth of our community and the well-being of our citizens, and to make them aware that through their donations they become “Trustees” of this organization and proud contributors to the well-being of our community.