Annual Fall Fest being held Saturday, Sept. 14, at Fowlerville FairgroundsThe Livingston Centre Historic Village, inside the Fowlerville Fairgrounds, will again be the site of the Annual Fall Fest on Saturday, Sept. 14. Activities begins at 10:00 a.m. Admission fees vary by age, and most activities are included with admission. A couple of activities, however, have additional fees.
Members and volunteers will be on site offering tours of the historic buildings, including demonstrations in the new blacksmith shop. Also, a wood carver will be demonstrating the methods of this traditional art form.
There will be arts and crafts sales for all to enjoy. Live local entertainment will be on stage throughout the day with many different kinds of performances for the entire family to see.
Pony rides and a cookie walk promise to delight the kids along with several games for all ages. Especially fun for younger children is the barrel train rides. In addition, food vendors will be offering many different options. There will be a car show with vehicles of many eras on display as well.
The Fowlerville Police and the Fowlerville Fire Departments will be providing demonstrations, offering a great opportunity to meet these important members of the community who provide emergency services whenever needed.
The day will end with the annual raffle drawing at 5:00 p.m. There will be ten great prizes, with the first one being a queen-sized quilt, hand made by a local resident. Raffle tickets are still available from any historic committee member at a cost of $1.00.
Parking is free on the west side of the fairgrounds and a tractor-drawn taxi will transport guests to the center of the activities where the whole family can enjoy a day of community-centered fun. As always, all profits go to continuing restoration and care of the Livingston Centre Historic Village.