This summer season’s return of space festivals, festivals and different occasions that have been canceled final 12 months because of the COVID-19 pandemic, have made for a superb season for Oly’s Mini Donut Categorical.
The mini doughnut enterprise that Rick and Sue Gates have owned since 2008 is as soon as once more a vendor on the Houston County Truthful in Caledonia, Minn., which started Wednesday and ends right this moment.
The Gateses are serving up their mini doughnuts, lemonade, nachos, bottled water and Gatorade from the Oly’s meals trailer. “I feel we’ll be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.” on the honest’s last day, Rick stated Wednesday, as he and his spouse ready to open for the day.
Oly’s participates in about 10 space occasions throughout its typical Might-to-early October season, and is nearing the tip of this season. The Oly’s trailer will probably be on the Steppin’ Out in Pink occasion in La Crosse on Sept. 11, and the Oktoberfest Torchlight Parade in La Crosse on Sept. 30.
Oly’s additionally most likely will arrange within the Citadel Realty parking zone alongside Freeway 16 in La Crosse a couple of days in September. That’s the place it was open throughout most of final summer season, typically on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday mornings.
Earlier this summer season, the mini doughnut enterprise was a vendor at occasions reminiscent of June Dairy Days in West Salem, the Sparta Butterfest, the La Crosse Interstate Truthful in West Salem, Houston Hoedown Days in Houston, Minn., and Ashley for the Arts in Arcadia.