Welcome to the
Tremont Turkey Festival
Once again, summer starts with us at the 55th annual Tremont Turkey Festival! Wait, is this the 55th or the 56th? What happens when the COVID pandemic makes you skip a year? Well, we will have to figure that out, but one thing we know for sure is there will be a festival (of some sort) this year!
Festival organizers are working hard with local officials to plan an event that is safe, fun, and a benefit to our community. More details will be available in the coming weeks.
The Turkey Festival Needs You!
Looking for a way you can help out at the festival? Consider volunteering to work in the food line on Friday, June 11. We are often short on volunteers on Friday so we would love to have you help out on that day. Feel free to bring your family and friends along too! Sign up online
If the food line is not your thing, we have plenty of other places where you can help. Contact the festival chairpeople at email@example.com for more information.
Thanks in advance for your time and enthusiasm.
Saturday is t-shirt day! Wear your Turkey Festival t-shirt and show your Tremont pride.
Jeff Muehlich Servant Leadership Award
The Jeff Muehlich Servant Leadership Award was established in 2016 to honor residents of the Tremont community who exemplify leadership through community service.
Jeff's passion for his town, school, and church was unquestionable. He dedicated his life to serving others through his time as a commissioner on Tremont Park Board, coaching and organizing various youth programs, volunteering at school functions, and donating many hours each year at the Tremont Turkey Festival.
The recipient of this award will be chosen by a panel of local leaders and will be announced at the Miss Tremont Pageant. A donation will be made in the recipient's name to a Tremont organization of their choosing.
Residents are encouraged to submit nominations for this award using the nomination form.
The Early Bird Gets...Turkey
Our goal is to try to have turkey available until at least 7 or 8 PM on Friday and Saturday, and at least until close to the start of the parade on Sunday, but sometimes the crowds are huge and the turkey sells faster than we expected. We hate disappointing anyone, but the bright side of this is when it happens, it means a lot of people came thru the food lines before you and our sales were fantastic, which means we raised a lot of money for the community. Our best advice eat early. We dont want you to go away hungry.
No Dogs Allowed
The Tremont Park District ordinances prohibit dogs in the park, so unfortunately you will need to leave Fido at home.