Looking To The Future
For over 75 years the Lowell Labor Day Festival has been a part of the Labor Day weekend festivities. The Labor Day weekend in Lowell is a tradition of the state as it incorporates the longest running Labor Day Parade in the state and the Festival kicks off the weekend with family fun. The Festival is a three day event that is proudly held at The American Legion Post 101. The grounds are located on the west side of town on State Rd. 2.
The Festival brings the community together with activities for the whole family.
A variety of local vendors that bring to you the best of woodworking and crafts to top notch direct sales.
Some of the best food vendors from Indiana and Illinois.
Kids rides and inflatable attractions.
Three days of music.
***NEW FOR 2023***
Lowell Labor Day Festival LTD will now be offering a Scholarship to Lowell High School students. Information will be available at the High School for available students.
The Festival would NOT be possible if it was not for the very supportive sponsors and donors. Local businesses and families come together each year to insure that this staple of the town continues.
The Labor Day Festival Committee is a 501(c)(3) group off All Volunteer led,
Not Affiliated with the Town Of Lowell.
Chairperson- Lou Townsley
Co- Vice Chairs- Adam Veld & Rodney Bolton
Vendor Coordinator- Joeilynn Townsley
Secretary- Robin Johnston
Beer Garden Coordinator- Michelle Veld
Treasurer- Evie Eckhoff
Committee Members- Tami Bolton, Hannah & Jason Celorio