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The Small Town In North Dakota With One Of The World’s Most Unique Festivals

This tiny town in North Dakota has made a name for itself for having a one of a kind annual festival that draws crowds to see it every year. That town is Taylor, ND, located near Dickinson. The population is only 148 in this town but spirits are strong every July when this unique festival takes place.

Aside from the main events of the parade and demonstrations, Taylor Horse Fest also features horse training seminars, old farm equipment exhibits, a pie social, and tons of fun for kids like petting zoos and they can even take a crack at roping. At the end of the day there is a street dance for everyone to take part in. It’s a fun way to experience the state’s agricultural history first hand and in person while seeing beautiful horses and having fun all around town!

Taylor Horse Fest will take place on July 29th and July 30th, 2017. You can find more information and a full schedule of events by clicking here.

Learn more about North Dakota’s agricultural history through these rare photographs taken nearly a century ago.

Leah
Crazy old cat lady in training, includes enthusiasm for knitted sweaters. Farm livin', film lovin', pasta cookin', graphic artist and writer from the good ol' midwest!