You Won’t Want To Miss This Kool Aid-Themed Fair In Nebraska

Kool-Aid is an almost universally beloved beverage, one that most of us grew up drinking on hot summer days. Did you know that it was invented right here in Nebraska? An enterprising Hastings man named Edwin Perkins developed it in 1927, and it has since taken its place in Nebraska history.

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This year’s Kool-Aid Days theme is Wild, Wild Watermelon, and the festival runs August 10, 11, and 12, with a variety of events happening each day. For more information on all of the fun coming up, be sure to visit the Kool-Aid Days website.

Have you ever attended Kool-Aid Days? Tell us all about your favorite parts in the comments!