Fresh brook trout, layered with dill, lemon, and butter, is offered for lunch along with brats. Food will be offered until it is sold out. New to this year’s event will be an ice cream social.
Ribbon weaving of the Maypole is scheduled for 2 p.m., and the Morris Dancers are fun to watch all day. There will also be music performed live by local artists. This year’s festival represents many exhibitors, including Warner Nature Center, the Science Museum of Minnesota, the Marine Library Association, Grove Elementary, Fly Tying and Casting, the Log Cabin Interpretive Center, and the Carnelian-Marine-St. Croix Watershed.