JunqueFest bring thousands to town

So, how did JunqueFest go?

Very well, according to Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce’s Robin Streigle.

“Over the weekend, the Hamilton County Fairgrounds witnessed a vibrant convergence of close to 4,000 adults and children for JunqueFest 2024,” she said in a media release.

“This beloved event saw the community come alive as more than 90 vendors from across the state showcased their one-of-a-kind treasures, turning Webster City into a treasure trove of unique finds.”

Perfect weather.

Plentiful smiles.

Live music.

Happy times.

“JunqueFest 2024 wasn’t just an event,” Streigle said, “it was a celebration of community spirit, creativity and the joy of discovery. Thank you to all who joined us and made this year’s JunqueFest an unforgettable success. Until next time, keep the joy alive and the treasures close to heart.”

Here’s a look back.


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