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About the Event
From its modest beginnings, with only a handful of demonstrations, Heritage Days has grown to become one of Northeast Iowa’s most popular fall festivals. Held on the second weekend of October each year, Heritage Days usually falls during the peak of the fall leaf season. Thousands of visitors to the area stop at Osborne to take a brief journey back in time.
Demonstrations include: basketry, candle making, quilting, spinning, story telling and flint napping.
Contests include: buffalo chip throwing, chili cooking, and pumpkin decorating.
Tasty Foods include: caramel apples, pie, buffalo stew, fry bread, and lefse.