At Oak Island, youngsters and their parents are invited to take a ride in a Stage coach pulled by a team of miniature horses owned by Glen Loveless of North Rose.
The rides will be available
from Noon – 4 on Saturday and Sunday.
Tickets may be purchased at Oak Island.
The popular horse and wagon tours will return to Waterloo for the Celebrate Commemorate weekend. Carl and Dot Blood of Rushville will bring their draft horses for a half-hour ride through the village.Tours will run from noon to 3:30 p.m. Tickets, $1 for adults and children from grade 6 and older, will be available at the ticket booth on the east end of Lafayette Park.
That’s where the tickets for the historic walking tour also will be available. Led by village historian Bea Contant and her team of guides, the tour follows the route of the walking tour brochure. Fascinating facts about the village’s colorful history will be explained. Tickets are $2 for the one-hour tour, which will be offered from 12:15 pm to 3:15 pm.
May 26-28, 2017151st Consecutive
Memorial Day Observance
May 30, 2017