Fairfax Fall Festival 2023 – The 101st annual West Side Nut Club on Franklin Street in Evansville is in the books, and several people I work with in local organizations have booths during the week. congratulations. Thousands of people flocked to the festival to enjoy the sunny days and cool nights, eating hundreds of dishes and no doubt much of the great weather throughout the week. For Pähkinäklubi, the end of one festival means the beginning of planning for the next one. This includes securing many of these cabins, even the new ones.
Earlier this week, the club announced on Twitter that it is currently open to non-profits and other non-profit organizations interested in setting up a booth on Franklin Street at next year’s festival. The message includes a link to an online form requesting contact information, the organization’s name and location to prove its non-profit status, and the types of products sold at the stand.
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As in years past, the 101st fall festival featured more than 130 booths selling a wide variety of products from pronto puppies and stromboli to donut burgers, pork chops on a stick and deep-fried items like s’mores, empanadas and cheese sticks. , funnel cakes and more.
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The 102nd West Side Nut Club Fall Festival will be held on October 2-7, 2023.
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Saturday, Oct. 22 (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) is a community event with live music, food, and family-friendly activities (including pumpkin painting and DIY bouquet booths).
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Local Fall Festivals 2022
The county approved an 18-month exemption from installation fees for electric vehicle chargers. Halloween starts early in Tysons with mall trick-or-treating. Fresh air, vibrant leaves, seasonal food and drink… There’s nothing wrong with an autumn holiday. Local farms and high street communities are transformed into family playgrounds with autumnal spices in the air. You’ll find an apple picking festival, pumpkin patches and pumpkin spiced treats, arts and crafts, live music and more!
There are dozens of events during the autumn months, but these festivals bring out the best of the season, combining the tastes, sounds and activities of autumn that you’ve come to expect every year. Mark your calendar for an unforgettable autumn!
Whether you’re looking for food, music, or just a chance to take in the gorgeous fall scenery, these festivals should be on your agenda. Looking for more fall festivals to fill your weekend? Fall holidays are everywhere.
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Thirty or more wineries are on hand for this exciting annual festival. Good food, live music and lots of entertainment fill the day. Want to try craft beer? Buy a snack ball and add to the mix. The ticket includes a glass of wine.
Celebrate the arrival of oyster season on the East Coast at the 48th annual Chincoteague Island Oyster Festival. Spend the day feasting on fresh oysters in all forms—raw, steamed, fried, and fried—as well as clams, shrimp, and other local seafood favorites. The all-you-can-eat festival at Toms Cove Park includes food and soft drinks in the ticket price, and beer can be purchased separately. In addition to fresh seafood, the festival features live entertainment, raffles and booths selling local products.
Celebrating more than 40 years, the Graves’ Mountain Apple Harvest Festival is the epitome of autumn, from fire-roasted pots of apple cider to herb fudge. Hear the traditional mountain sounds of local Bluegrass bands and don’t miss a true classic: a bowl of homemade Brunswick Stew.
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Browse the craft area and pick up local jewelry, clothing, art, and handmade woodwork, and bring the kids to visit the adorable animals. They can get up close and personal while riding. Complete the fall festival by picking your own apples and pumpkins from the orchards and fields. Admission to the festival is $5 for ages 16 and older, free for ages 15 and under. Well-behaved dogs on a leash.
Wine and garlic are an interesting duo, but Rebecca Vineyards does it year after year. Five entertainment stages fill the weekend with fun, featuring more than 150 arts, crafts and specialty foods, as well as nine local wineries. “Smells good!”
Proud of their agricultural heritage and their favorite legume, peanuts. Join the community with rides, free concerts, fireworks, demolition derby, truck and tractor rides, and more. Parking is $10, but admission to the festival is free!
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This festival showcases over 200 wines and is a much-anticipated annual visit. Book a table, a private chalet or equip yourself with several show tickets every day. You can definitely taste something you like and take home a bottle or case.
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As the oyster center of the East Coast and home to the “Official Oyster Festival of the Commonwealth,” the riverside town of Urbana stands apart from where the oyster trail began, and their pride in that fact is evident. Urbana Oyster Festival. All oysters are on display here, with over 50 vendors offering every kind of oyster you can imagine: raw, steamed, fried, fried, Rockefeller, fried, oyster pie, oyster cheese… even oyster tacos!
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The streets of Urbana are closed for this sprawling festival, and local fishermen and oyster industry experts gather to share their knowledge of the oyster, the product’s history and conservation efforts, and the recent resurgence of the Chesapeake Bay oyster. The