The Edinburg Labor Day Picnic returns this weekend. Katie White and Morgan Stevens represent the Labor Day Committee.
Stevens says that there’s five local bands coming to play live music at this weekend’s event, and they’re going to mix it up towards the end of the weekend.
The picnic is not exclusive to adults. There’s plenty for families and children to do all weekend, but Stevens says that kids will have the most options for fun this Sunday.
If you’re worried about having to wear a mask, Stevens says that most everything is outdoors and there’s plenty of space to social distance.
Saturday, arrive a little early for the demolition derby as seats can fill up quite fast. No need to purchase a ticket ahead of time, either. Just show up at the gate and pay the admission cost. Stevens says it’s the only arena event this year.
The Edinburg Labor Day Picnic kicks off with a beer garden at 5 p.m. Friday at the Veterans Memorial Park in Edinburg and wraps up Monday after the parade concludes. And of course, there will be lots of food.