Annual Mint Festival returns to North Judson for Father’s Day weekend
NORTH JUDSON, Ind. -- The annual North Judson Mint Festival returns on Friday, and lasts through Sunday evening.
Open ceremonies begin at 5 p.m. at the Norwayne Field Pavilion, and the festival ends Sunday evening around 7 p.m.
Dozens of activities including a car show, 5K run, tractor pull and more will take place over the three-day festival.
Magic shows, water balloon fights and puppet shows are among the many events available for kids.
Various food vendors and trucks will also be present throughout the weekend, with a pancake breakfast available on Saturday and Sunday.
The festival falls annually on Father’s Day weekend, is located at Lane Street and North Judson Park and is completely free to attend.