Lafayette Park Main Stage

Bob & Donna Stivers, have gathered a wide array of musicians to perform on the Lafayette
Park Stage.

From pop to rock to country, plenty of great local music for your listening pleasure!  There is plenty of seating under the big tent.   The weekend starts with the sounds of the Seneca Singers giving a pre-parade concert at the Main Street viewing stand.  The zany Hit Men Brass Band will perform at noon at the Lafayette stage, fresh from their antics in the Celebrate Parade.  They will be followed by President Theodore Roosevelt talking with the children about fun at the White House and then telling the story of the “Teddy” Bear.

Seneca Soundwaves kicks of our Sunday entertainment at 12:00pm.

All musical entertainment is free.  Beer coolers and alcoholic beverages are not allowed.  This is a family friendly venue.

 

The Information Booth

The Information Booth

Stop at the Visitor’s Booth at the corner of Lafayette Park to pinpoint your state on the giant map, or to learn about what is happening and where ...
Creative Expressions essay contest assembly 5/25/17

Creative Expressions essay contest assembly 5/25/17

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Waterloo Business Event  5-26-17

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Schedules - Applications - Maps available

Schedules – Applications – Maps available

If you are looking for a Schedule of Events, Event Map or 5k Race Map, or need an  Application for ...
The Hit Men

The Hit Men

Saturday May 28th 12:00 - 12:30 pm Lafayette Park Stage Come & join us for a great show in LaFayette Park ...
The Seneca Soundwaves Chorus

The Seneca Soundwaves Chorus

Sunday May 29th 12:00 - 12:30pm Lafayette Park Stage Seneca Soundwaves Chorus of Sweet Adelines International performs locally at community ...

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