Celebrate the Start of Summer
Wednesday, June 11th – Sunday, June 15th, 2014
How about 5 days of Fun! Thousands of people will gather, in Albertville, June 11-15th to enjoy one of the areas funnest events. There will be something for all ages at Friendly City Days. For the sports fanatic there will be Softball, Volleyball, Hockey, and a 5K Run.
There will also be live music featuring Country, Rock n Roll, Bluegrass and Old Time. For the kids there will be a Carnival, activities, a parade, and, of course, fireworks. No great weekend is complete without Food. There will be plenty to choose from including all that great fair food.
Friendly City Days is a great way to start the Summer. Albertville is a great place to meet your neighbors and reunite with old friends.
Here’s the 2013 AFCD Event Results!
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Midwest rides will bring in over 30 Carnival rides and games starting Thursday afternoon. Saturday will be filled with entertainment for the kids. Some of the kids activities will include a Kiddie Parade, a Pedal Tractor Pull, Face painting, Rootbeer floats with the Queen candidates, a kids entertainer, and the KRWC Radio Fun show. Be sure to attend the Craft and Vendor Fair on Saturday at 10 a.m. at City Hall.
A bean bag tournament will take place near the softball fields on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. All weekend there will be a 22 team Mens Slowpitch Softball Tournament featuring some of the state’s top teams. There will also be Co-Ed, Mens, and Womens Volleyball Tournaments featuring the areas top teams. If you like it cool, there will be a 4 on 4 hockey tournament. Saturday the annual 5k run will attract over 250 participants of all ages.
Food and Entertainment
There will be Fireworks, a Porkchop Dinner, Corn on the Cob, a Spaghetti Dinner, and plenty of Foodstands. Friday and Saturday evening there will be live music.
Saturday the Fire Department will host an open house featuring their entire department on display along with plenty of activities for the whole family.