Entertainment in Van Ness Park –the heart of the Festival–starts at 10:00 and ends at 4:00 and it's FREE!
K-Country and Wind FM usually broadcast the Festival live from the Mini Park. Fans can meet their favorite personalities and enter contests.
You won't go hungry at the 1890s Festival! From a snack or drink to an entire meal, you can find it at the Festival. Check out this year's Festival map to get an idea of what's available.
Homemade goodies to take home are available from booths throughout the festival, too.
Local non-profit organizations are given booth space to share their services and missions. Different groups are featured every year. Here are this year's Non-Profits.
As you shop our tree-lined streets, look around you at the beautiful Victorian homes and historic buildings. This slide show highlights buildings in the Festival area. Drawings are courtesy of local artist Karin Harms.
The Festival has its own newspaper. The FREE McIntosh Gazette contains a Festival map, the entertainment schedule, a bit of history, some current events, information about what the Friends of McIntosh are doing, and ads from our supporters.
Now you can see most of the Gazettes from 1978 to 2022.
See it online.
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