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Maple Leaf Festival food booths
October 14, 2003
The Ballad of Black Jack’ set for return
October 14, 2003
When it returns to the stage this weekend during the Maple Leaf Festival, “The Ballad of Black Jack” will boast a cast of 49, with 25 players from Baldwin.
Maple Leaf Festival parking
October 14, 2003
Finding parking at the Maple Leaf Festival isn’t always easy, but it can be done. Nancy Brown, parking coordinator, said festival goers just need to pay attention to where they park.
Alternative music tent’ added to lineup
October 14, 2003
Maple Leaf festival visitors will have music as a backdrop for the weekend’s events.
Terror Tracks to bring thrills in railway cars
October 14, 2003
The Maple Leaf Festival could get a little scary at times this year. Terror Tracks 2003, the annual haunted train ride, will be one of the few evening attractions for festival goers this year.
Children’s parade is always Maple Leaf crowd pleaser
October 14, 2003
Consider it the miniature version of the grand parade. The Maple Leaf Festival’s annual children’s parade is slated to begin this year in downtown Baldwin at 10:45 a.m. Saturday, just 15 minutes before the start of the grand parade. This year’s theme is “Let Freedom Shake, Rattle and Roll.”
Quilt show enters its 31st year as Maple Leaf staple
October 14, 2003
It’s a staple of the Maple Leaf Festival. This year will mark the 31st consecutive year for the Maple Leaf Festival Quilt Show.
Craft booths now total around 400
October 14, 2003
There will be so many craft booths at this year’s Maple Leaf Festival, Stacy Cohen is positive there will be something to interest everyone.
Parade always draws a crowd
October 14, 2003
Nothing about it really changes from year to year. There are marching bands, floats, antique cars and horses, typical of almost any parade. But regardless of the familiarity, the Maple Leaf Festival grand parade continues to attract thousands of people.
2003 Maple Leaf Festival schedule
October 14, 2003