November 9th likely feels like years ago for the five young ladies on the 2010 Tulip Time Royal Court, who were selected by a panel of judges to represent the community in the months leading up to and during this year’s event.
With tens of thousands My Ex Is Texting Me I Want Him Back of visitors ascending on Pella for the 75th Annual Tulip Time festival, traffic control will be of utmost importance to ensure that the community’s guests and residents alike can get to where they need to be.
An eye on the forecast for later this week looks as though the weather will cooperate for the 75th Annual Tulip Time festival in Pella, though it may be a bit cooler than what we’ve been experiencing.
Friday is the final chance for area residents to officially be a part of a record-breaking event at next week’s Tulip Time festival in Pella. So far, the number of registrants well exceeds the existing record for Dutch dancers in wooden shoes, but organizers are hoping to set a truly impressive benchmark for the 75th anniversary of Tulip Time.
Bonnie Verberg, Director of the Vermeer Mill and Pella Historical says there is a lot of buzz surrounding the record-breaking opportunity.
“I had some fifth grade kids in the other day from Pella Community Schools, and many of those children had signed up and many more were planning to,” said Verberg. “Yes, I think there’s a lot of excitement. When else do you get a chance to get your name in the Guinness Book of World Records?”
To register before Friday’s deadline, visit www.PellaTulipTime.com, or stop by the Vermeer Mill Interpretive Center during business hours to sign up.
A crowd of around 200 people filled the seats of the Pella Community Center Auditorium last Tuesday evening to watch Tulip Queen Heidi Schulte and the Royal Court deliver their Tulip Time program for the first time in Pella.