Things to Do
The town celebrates its Dutch heritage at its hugely popular Holland Festival held in Memorial Park. The two-day celebration, held each July for nearly 70 years, features a two-hour parade, street scrubbing, ethnic food, music and costumes. Kids don their wooden shoes for races and traditional Dutch dancing, called Klompen Dancing. You must try a Oliebollen, a classic Dutch doughnut, but don’t look for a beer. Holland Fest is one of the largest “dry” festivals in Wisconsin.
Oma’s on Main is a cozy restaurant with a beautiful display of Dutch heritage. You can recharge with a cappuccino, order up a plate of made-from-scratch buttermilk pancakes, or tackle the Jonah Man Burger, a ¾-pound angus beef and brisket blend on a toasted hard roll.
The community also has an active volunteer-driven, youth athletic assocation entitled Rocket Recreation.
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