September 21, 2013 - September 21, 2013 - CONFIRMED!
From Bloomington Heritage Days Website:
Bloomington Heritage Days' goal is to build a stronger community through the promotions of celebrations, educational programs, citizen volunteerism and the preservation of community. The festival is a daylong event held on the third Saturday in September with activities, events, contests and shows scheduled until midnight.
Dozens of civic organizations, businesses and community groups are involved in the planning. In 2011, Bloomington Heritage Days had nearly 300 volunteers help with the festival.
There is no entry fee to enter the festival. All of the necessities and most of the professional entertainment, activities and shows are funded through sponsorships. In the past Bloomington Heritage Days had only two fee-based programs, the inflatables and the final music act.
The festival takes place on the corner block of 98th Street and Lyndale Avenue in the US Bank and Applebees parking lot.