WEST SALEM, Wis. (WKBT) - June Dairy Days is kicking off this weekend.
The 45th annual celebration in West Salem began Saturday with a fishing derby, a one-mile walk-run and a parade in the morning. The party continued at night with live music.
June Dairy Days celebrates our area's agricultural heritage and gives the entire family a chance to get outside.
"There's a lot of family fun, there's a lot of music, and also all of the profits from June Dairy Day's go to support the non-profits that help run the festival," said John Hetland, president of the June Dairy Days Board.
The fun continues through June 1st this weekend.
To see what else you can find at the festival, visit their web site at junedairydays.com.
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