Huckleberry Festival 2017
in Historic Wallace Idaho

32nd Year

5K Winners

Huckleberry Heritage Festival, August 19-20, 2016 On August 18 and 19, 2017, the Historic Wallace Marketing Group (HWMG) will sponsor the 32nd Annual Huckleberry Festival. Traditionally held on the third weekend in August, the festival has gone through a few name changes including Heritage Festival, and Wallace Huckleberry Heritage Festival... and sometimes it is just HuckFest for short. Each year it includes a blend of familiar and new events according to the desires of the unique band of volunteers who step forward in the spring to coordinate this major summer festival. In 2017, there is robust feast of events spread out for the enjoyment of everyone in your family. Festival hours are 12 PM to 7 PM on Friday, and 9 AM to 5 PM on Saturday, with live music both days.

  • Rotary's Huckleberry Pancake Breakfast
    on Saturday, August 19, 7:00 to 11:00 AM, Jr/Sr High School
    Adults $6        Kids & Runners $4
  • 5K Walk/Run on Saturday, August 19
    • Registration at 7:30 to 8:45 AM, Jr/Sr High School
    • Fun Run starts at 9:00 AM
    • Registration Fee $25 ($30 after August 1)
    • No T-shirt option $20 ($25 after August 1)
  • Craft and multi-product vendors on Sixth and Cedar Streets.
  • Food vendors also on streets both days
  • Kid activities on Depot lawn both days
  • Music at the Gazebo both days music at the Gazebo
Historic Wallace Marketing Group Documents click on poster to open printable version in separate window
Huckleberry Heritage Festival, August 18 - 19, 2017
 
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Results of the Huckleberry Festival 2017 5K Race
    
Overall Winner: Tyler Johnson 21.23
    Women's Division
  • First Female
    • Karlene Dysland 25.50
  • 11 and Under
    • Chloe Soikowski 52.15
  • 12-19
    • Olivia Kagel 44.47
    • Ebony Angle 52.34
    • Ashlyn Forsberg 54.28
  • 20-29
    • Elisha Stintz 31.19
    • Ashlie Crane 33.33
  • 30-39
    • Danielle Maynard 33.34
    • Lindsay Clark 48.29
    • Brianne Bromley 48.42
  • 40-49
    • Karlene Dysland 25.50
    • Brenda Knight 28.28
    • Carol Richardson 30.22
  • 50-59
    • Linnea Carlson 27.38
    • Suzanne Caswell 31.36
    • Susan Yoshino 32.26
  • 60-69
    • Denise Berg 38.15
    • Sue Kraack 40.41
    • Linda Amonson 43.41
  • 70+
    • Ann Parman 48.39
    Men's Division
  • 11 and Under
    • Makya Quincy 35.50
    • Tyler Wydfer 44.47
  • 12-19
    • Arin Flagstad 28.24
    • Kaelin Haler 30.38
    • Aric Milotz 36.08
  • 20-29
    • Charles Marks 21.24
  • 30-39
    • Tyler Johnson 21.23
    • John Miller 35.58
    • Cody(IDL) 43.00
  • 40-49
    • Eric Dysland 26.37
    • Sergio Guerra 30.32
    • Dennis Clark 48.28
  • 50-59
    • Mark Allen 22.08
    • Shawn Flagsted 24.28
    • Jeff Pierce 25.17
  • 60-69
    • Bill Johnson 24.24
    • Jack Thompson 31.50
    • LaVerne Hopkins 46.19
  • 70+
    • Ray Pearson 27.50
    • Jack Sutton 30.07
    • Gary Haler 34.39

If you missed the medal ceremony and would like your medal, or if you have other questions, please contact Cindy Lien at 208.512.4677 or email hwmg83873@gmail.com.

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