Utica Day Fair
Held in conjunction with “What the Hay” and located midway between Windham and Hobson, is the Utica Day Fair sponsored by the Utica Women’s Club. This affair provides a wonderful festival-like atmosphere in rustic Utica and is held on the comfortable, well-maintained lawns of the Utica Clubhouse. It features a wide variety of exhibits and booths which offer creative home-made crafts, gifts, arts and food favorites like hamburgers, hot dogs and ice cream. Particularly prized are the sinfully delicious slices of homemade pies made by members of the Utica Women’s Club and the Hobson Women’s Club.
Hobson Museum & Library
Be sure to visit the newly created Hobson Museum and check out the Hobson Library's annual book sale!
Hobson Museum Hobson Library
Utica Rod & Gun Club Dinner
Prior to “What the Hay,” the Utica Rod and Gun Club sponsors a barbecue beef dinner and auction on Saturday evening at the Utica Community Hall.
The dinner starts at 6:00 pm and is followed by a spirited and playful raffle/auction with a wide variety of merchandise available for bidding.
All proceeds go to support the historic Utica Community Hall. For information, contact Tom Swanz at 423-5371.
The Mason's Breakfast
Mason’s Breakfast Starts your Bale Trail Day
You can start your “Bale Trail” explorations early Sunday morning with a piping hot, home-made pancake/eggs/sausage breakfast sponsored by the local Masons which is held at the Masonic Temple in downtown Hobson. Hours are 7:30 am to 10:30 am and for additional information, contact Clint at 423-5570.