The Pioneer Days Association is a local non-profit organization that organizes the annual Edgerton Pioneer Days Festival.
The Edgerton Pioneer Days Festival was first held in 1971 to celebrate the town’s Centennial. Each fall, Edgerton residents are joined by those from surrounding areas to celebrate the community’s history. All ages gather in downtown Edgerton the second weekend in September each year for the free three-day event.
2022 Edgerton Pioneer Days Festival
Association Mission Statement and Goals
The mission of the Pioneer Days Association is to encourage community, and to protect and promote the interests of of the Edgerton Pioneer Days Festival to include community historical preservation.
Our goals for the festival are simple: to bring the greater Edgerton Community together with safe, family friendly activities and entertainment. We sincerely hope you and your family will attend and create lasting memories together. We may be a small festival in a small town, but those on the Pioneer Days Committee have a big heart for Edgerton and it’s residents. We love this piece of Edgerton’s history and want to see the Festival continue for many more years.
2022 board members: Jordan Keefhaver, President; Jamie Cox, Vice President; Nicole Kidwell, Secretary/Treasurer.
Other Committee members include Arlyne Lachowsky, Ronna Moore, and Mary McQuillen
Contact the Committee: