In 1845 William Sturgis settled in the town of Sturgis Falls. In 1850 the name was changed to Cedar Falls. In 1976 the bicentenial celebration was so named Sturgis Falls. Every year oodles of people gather in Cedar Falls to enjoy food, music, crafts, a parade, and various other fun things. The second to last weekend in June has ALWAYS been my favorite time of year.
Being that there is lots to do during Sturgis Falls it is a great time to have family come to visit. On Saturday morning we went to the parade. There were cute old ladies playing cymbals. A convoy of at least 20 Harley's (which my Dad despises).
There are really long bicycles that make giant circles around the floats.. They also boast pancake breakfast! There are more loud vehicles.. Did I mention my Dad really hates them? Can't forget everyone's favorite, The Pork Queen.
He came right up to me playing his harmonica. We clearly have a love connection. Check out my Dad's expression, "Exuuuse me".