Preston Farmer’s And Craft Pop-Up Market 8:00 am
Preston Farmer’s And Craft Pop-Up Market @ Fillmore Street, Preston, MN 55965
Sep 9 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
NTC at the Preston Farmers Market 10:00 am
5th Annual Bluff Country Autumn Tractor Ride 8:00 am
NTC at the Taste of the Trail 10:00 am
NTC at the Taste of the Trail @ Preston Trailhead
Sep 16 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Free fly tying and fish crafts!
Taste of the Trail – Preston, Fountain, Harmony 10:00 am
Taste of the Trail – Preston, Fountain, Harmony @ Trailhead Park - Preston
Sep 16 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Get a “taste” of our local food with great food samples from our local favorites! Preston Foods, Branding Iron Restaurant, B&B Bowl, Sweet Stop and Sandwich Shoppe, and more! Stop by and shop from some[...]
Southern MN Fall Cleanup Derby 4:00 pm
Firemen’s Dance, Sportsmen’s Raffle 8:00 pm
Board a coach bus and experience an adventure through our beautiful Driftless area. We’ll stop along the way to hunt for fossils, see geological wonders, visit Karst Brewery and Big Woods Orchard. Geologist Jeff Broberg will be your educational and entertaining guide.
Saturday, October 14, 12:30-5 p.m. Meet at the National Trout Center at 12:30 for lunch and board bus at 1 p.m.
Tour includes: Lunch, refreshments and tour booklet of the Driftless wonders.
Cost: $40/person, 2 for $75, students: $30
This is a fundraiser. All proceeds will help fund the National Trout Center. Your registration fee is tax-deductible.
Space is limited! To register, call (507) 765-2452 or email Kelsey@nationaltroutcenter.org.
Join us for a day of treats, sweets & fun for all ages! Click here for more info and vendor forms!
Pumpkin Fest from 10am-12pm in the elementary school gym in Preston & Fall Expo & Craft Fair from 10am-2pm in the stage gym and halls at Fillmore Central Schools.
Stay tuned for a list of prizes & vendors!
Sponsored by the Preston Area Chamber of Commerce & ECFE
Preston businesses promise to “scare up” lots of treats for trick-or-treaters! Trick-or-treat around Preston at local businesses between 2:30pm-5pm on Tuesday, Oct. 31. Stay and browse around town, get something to eat, get a coffee or hot chocolate! Questions, contact Gabby, 507-765-2153 or email@example.com. Full list of participating businesses will be available on the Get Hooked on Preston Facebook page, Preston City Hall or www.prestonmnchamber.com by Oct. 27th!
On Thursday, November 23, 2017, the Unofficial Fillmore County Running Club will be hosting the 9th annual Fillmore County Turkey Day Run.
This run/walk event starts at 8:00 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day morning, with registration starting at 7:30 a.m.
The event is free to participants, but a donation to the Fillmore County Food Shelf will be collected from those who would like to contribute.
This is not a sanctioned race. It is a fun run/walk starting in Lanesboro near Riverside on the Root and finishing at the Trail Head Inn in Preston. And, the end of the 10.3 mile run/walk is always a surprise for the first person to find the finish line.
If you’d like to burn some calories before you consume some calories, this is a perfect event to kick-off your Turkey Day!
We ask that all lights be up by December 1st at participating businesses. Photos will need to be sent in to firstname.lastname@example.org if your business will be participating. We will then have the buckets open at Preston Foods where you can purchase food to donate to the food drive. 1 vote per food item. The business with the most votes will get the privilege of showing off the traveling trophy for the entire year as well as get your name added to the trophy. After the contest is completed on January 1st we will weigh and donate all of the food to the Preston Food Shelf.
2016 Winner: F & M Community Bank
2015 Winner: JuliaClaire Repeat Boutique
2014 Winner: Hoffmann Stables
The mission of WreathsForTheFallen.org is to Honor Our Veterans (and their families) by providing wreaths for the Minnesota State Veterans Cemeteries in December of each year.
In 2006, this effort was initiated with the placement of only 5 wreaths. In 2009 the number grew to over 400 and in 2010 to almost 1500, in 2011, 3800 and in 2014 and in 2015 over 4100 and in 2016, 4700 wreaths and we were able to honor every veteran’s grave with an honor wreath due to the addition of additional we contributions we received. It is projected that the number will grow at the rate of about 500 per year and soon will exceed 5000.