Someone crashed into the German American Heritage Center this weekend.

According to Local 4 WHBF, a "car was coming into Iowa from the Centennial Bridge, police said, when it crashed into the building shortly after 1:45 a.m. Sunday."

They're a little banged up, but everyone's ok.

The good news is...none of this will affect the 5th annual Best of the Wurst Sausage Festival and Competition happening Saturday, June 25th from 11 am - 3 pm.

Who's got the best sausage?

The German American Heritage Center and Museum invite you to enjoy family activities, specialty pretzels, ice cream, and German brews.  Plus you can sample brats from competing local vendors to see who's got the best of the wurst!

You can purchase delicious food and of course, enjoy an ice-cold beer while you enjoy live music.
There will be various activities for kids and adults including screen printing, balloon animals, and more.

How to Get Tickets

Tickets are just $5 and free for 12 & under.

Visit gahc.org for more information.

Parking is limited but they recommend the lot at 4th and Gaines Streets across from Lafayette Park.

This is a unique venue

Planning a graduation party, family reunion, wedding rehearsal dinner, retirement party, anniversary party, or baby shower? The German American Heritage Center and Museum's top-floor event space is the perfect venue for your next gathering or party!

With views of the Mississippi River, a spacious room, plentiful parking, and competitive prices, the Museum is a great place to bring together family and friends.

If you're interested you can inquire about pricing and availability by calling the German American Heritage Center and Museum today! 563-322-8844

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