Chester Creek Fall Festival is on September 21st

Created: 09/20/2013 8:36 AM

You can celebrate the start of Fall in Duluth at the annual Chester Bowl Fall Festival on Saturday, September 21st.

The celebration will have 110 different vendors on site, including crafters, farmer's market vendors, food vendors, and more! At the farmer's market, there will be fresh caramel apples, sweet cider and locally grown sweet corn, among many other items.

Thom Storm, the Executive Director of the Chester Bowl Improvement Club came on the show on the Friday before and told us about the upcoming festival. Thom told us that there will be "crafts, live entertainment, stuff for kids to do, and a couple of free shuttle busses!" 

In fact there will be free shuttle busses, running from the UMD campus' W parking lot, near the fire hall on Junction Avenue and West College Street.

The festival will be taking free will donations at the door. All donations will go towards ski scholarships for needy families. There is no set admission fee.

So be sure to go check out and support the Chester Creek Fall Festival on Saturday, September 21st from 9:30 AM until 4:30 PM!

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