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The Forks of the Wabash Pioneer Festival, a celebration of Hoosier life in the mid-1800s, was founded in 1976 in Huntington, Indiana.

The festival is co-sponsored by the Huntington County Junior Historical Society, Phi Chapter of Psi Iota Xi Sorority, and Friends of the Festival.

The festival is held each year on the fourth full weekend of September at Hier's Park, 547 S. Briant Street, Huntington, Indiana. Hours hours are Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. An old-time worship service is offered at 9 a.m. Sunday before the festival opens. A full program is offered, rain or shine.

Proceeds from the festival are used to support local charities and historic preservation projects in the community. Proceeds from the 2013 festival supported:

Boys & Girls Club Literacy Program
Central Christian Church Sock Ministry
Flint Springs School Fourth Grade Class
HAT (Huntington Area Transportation)
Helping Paws Pet Haven
Helping Hands Garden
Hoosier Art Salon
Huntington City-Township Public Library
Huntington County Extension Homemakers
Huntington County Free Health Clinic
Huntington County Habitat for Humanity
Huntington County Historical Society
HCCSC Speech and Hearing Department
HCCSC speech and hearing coloring books for all first-graders
HCCSC summer speech program
Huntington County WIC Program
Huntington County 4-H Fair Association
Huntington County Special Olympics
Knights of Columbus Pitch-In
LaFontaine Arts Council
New Life Community Meal Ministry
Pathfinder Kids Kampus
Pathfinder Services
Pulse Opera House
Relay For Life
Splash on the Wabash
Team Cade Cancer Fund
The New Huntington Theater
United Way
Youth Services Bureau
Scholarships for Huntington County students 





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