HORDVILLE IS TURNING 110!
Mark your calendars for August 20th, 2016 as Hamilton County’s youngest village is celebrating its 110th birthday with a one day event titled, Hordville Hometown Day. Click here for the Event Flyer
The Hordville Hometown Days Committee is planning a one day event with many things to do and see. The following are what is planned as of now, with other things to do, added at a later date.
On Saturday, the day begins with the Hordville Lion’s Club hosting a grand parade beginning at 12:00 noon. Line up and organization of the parade will be on the North edge of Hordville. Please contact a member of the Hordville Lion’s Club for more details.
After the parade many events are scheduled simultaneously.
- West of Main Street will be an antique tractor and car, “show and shine” with anyone and everyone invited to bring their favorite ride out for people to view.
- In the town park there will be several large inflatables for kids young and old to enjoy. Also, there will be barrel train rides, face painting, a Hordville scavenger hunt, and a Petting Zoo, hosted by the High Plains FFA.
- On Main Street, the old Town Hall will be open for picture viewing.
- Bingo will be played at the Hordville Community Hall from 2:00 – 4:00.
- The Hordville Fire Department will host a Water Fight in front of the old school building from 2:00 – 4:00.
- From 4:00 – 5:30 a gospel concert will be held at the Fridhem Lutheran church with free will donations going to the church and Hordville cemetery association.
- From 5:30 to 7:30 the First State Bank of Hordville will offer a free evening meal at the Hordville Event Center.
- From 8:30 – 12:30 “The Hanyaks” will be performing live on Main Street.
The Hordville Hometown Committee is publishing a Hordville historical calendar for sale, along with T-Shirts, and Hordville Bulldog pub glasses and coffee cups. Orders are being taken from any member of the Hordville Hometown Committee and the First State Bank of Hordville.
For questions or if interested in helping out, contact the Hordville Hometown Committee. Members are: Chairperson Karla Person, Rod Blase, Rob Anderson, Alison Veburg, Aaron & Chandra Blase.