Details about this year's 39th Annual Carriage and Cutter event in Kenyon this weekend on Thursday's AM Minnesota from Kenyon. Kenyon Police Chief Lee Sjolander expected to be one of the guests. They will be running a kids fingerprinting event at the police department at 11:30 AM.

Former Goodhue County Deputy Don Knopf came up with the idea for the parade and, after his passing, it was named after him for a number of years.

Organizers are trying to have people stay in Kenyon longer and have added some other events throughout the day this Saturday.

There is a K-W Alumni Basketball Tournament in the high school and middle school gyms also beginning at 8 AM.

An open skate and sledding takes place in Depot Park all day.

A petting zoo will be between the Security State Bank of Kenyon and All Seasons Thrift Store on Forest Street from 10 AM to 1 PM. The Kenyon Fire Department Auxiliary Silent Auction at the VFW is from 10 AM to 3 PM.

The Carriage and Cutter Parade starts at 1:30 PM and features every kind of horse imaginable. The parade is Minnesota's largest non-motorized parade.

Find the full day's schedule at the city of Kenyon website.