GRAND MEADOW - The Grand Meadow Heritage Center will host its annual festival on Saturday and Sunday.
For over three decades this worthy institution had dedicated itself to the preservation of rural heritage. Events include a horse drawn sleigh and hayrides, ice cream socials, barbecue and special theater production on the stage in of the old barn of "Charlotte's Web."
The play will take place on Saturday, Sept. 12 at 4pm. The Sunday, Sept. 13 performance will take place at 3pm. Tickets will be available the day of the show at the Grand Meadow Heritage Center beginning at 12:30 pm. Seating is limited so come early and enjoy the day.
Children from the Grand Meadow area have been preparing the past months for a Grand Meadow Heritage Center Children's Theater presentation of "Charlotte's Web," directed by Marti Meissner.
Written by Jospeh Robinette, and adapted from the Newberry Award winning children's classic, written by E.B. White, "Charlotte's Web" is a heartwarming tale of a friendship between a girl, her pet pig, and a magical spider.
The Grand Meadow Heritage Center is located approximately 17 miles south of Marcus on L-36 or four miles west of Washta on C-66 and two miles north on L-36.