The Albion Merchants Association sponsored a really cool event in downtown Albion, today! It was the first year for what I hope will be an Annual Fall Festival! They had food trucks, vendors, local artists, activities, a car show, scarecrow building fun, and even a pet costume parade!!! Here are the photos! Some of the photos were taken early before the crowd got into full swing, but they did have a really good attendance for a first year event! Everyone seemed to have a great time and enjoy all there was to do, see, and buy in our wonderful historic downtown!
First……lots of exciting new and revitalized stuff downtown…..two new shops on Bank Street and a renovation/expansion to an existing business on Main Street:
Tara Thom by her Gammill Long Arm Quilting Machine
Now…..more on the Fall Festival:
Navarra’s Farm Market was there!
Mia, Joan, and Jenna!
One of several fun activities
The Scarecrow Building activity was very popular!
THERE WERE LULA BOOTHS!!! But, I didn’t get anything except this photo! hehehe
Lots of amazing crafters selling their creations!
And, food trucks!!!
And, now for the adorable participants in the Pet Costume Parade!!!
Organizer, Lori Laine, her son, and their babies lead the parade down the east sidewalk along Main St!
Minnie and Moose – the parade’s Grand Marshalls…..Lori Laine named the parade after her special dachshunds!
This “Hot Dog” trio were the winners of the costume parade contest!
They were ALL adorable, but this little guy stole my heart!!!
There were even some super sweet super heroes!!!
I’ll leave you with this shot……while I was waiting for the pet parade to start, this scene of peaks and ornate building tops caught my eye!
Great job to all who worked so hard to put this fantastic event together!!! I look forward to attending future Fall Festivals and watching this event grow!
What an interesting event!! Thanks for sharing ☺️☺️
Good day, Charu
Wonderful blog Kim and.awesome.pictures of Albion!
Thank you, Joan!
…Albion is ‘party central.’
It sure can be a fun place to live and visit!