September 16, 2017
History of Horse and Buggy Days. by Elmer and Florence Oehlke
In 1960 a group of Weyauwega business men, led by Robert Hofferber decided to put this little town of Weyauwega Populatiion 1300 on the map. Horse and Buggy Days became that name and the town moves back into the 19th century every fall for 2 days. Many of the people living here had ancestors who helped settle the area. Everyone got into the spirit and started looking through old trunks, attics, barns and sheds to see what they could find. What they found plus what neighboring communities added made quite a display. People came for many miles just to see all the old things.
Horse & Buggy Days Today
The annual celebration continues! The King & Queen are carefully selected every year. The honorary breakfast is held the Friday before the celebration offers all the Kings & Queens to gather and reminisce. They visit the schools and share the tradition of Horse & Buggy Days. This year. a pancake breakfast starts Saturday off. Vendors and local business have items to sell. Bands start at 9am until 12midnight. Parade at 1pm, contests and competitions, food and fun for all ages!
Now is a great time to sign up for Horse and Buggy Days! Click a link below to sign up for the parade or as a vendor.