BIG BAY, Mich. (WZMQ) – Big Bays stewardship council is bringing the community another year of Fall Fest.
Members of the Big Bay Stewardship Council spent the entirety of Friday September 22nd setting up Fall Fest, exited to see what the weekend has in store for the community.
Over 45 vendors will be attending the festival this year, varying from artist to local businesses and organizations. Booths will be spread throughout the baseball field in Draver park, ready to sell their goods.
Fall Fest is kid friendly and adult friendly, making sure there are activities for all to enjoy. Some games include bounce houses, connect four, giant Jenga, raffles, corn hole and the metal playground located in the park.
“It’s just an opportunity for everyone in the community to get together,” says Kelsey Wermager, a member of the Big Bay Stewardship Council. “Celebrate the changing of the seasons, support our local businesses, and have some fun.”
Fall Fest will be taking place at Big Bay’s Draver park, on September 23rd from 11a.m. to 4p.m.
Following the conclusion of Fall Fest, Big Bay’s final Summer Concert Series will be featuring Brother Quinn from 7p.m. to 9p.m. in Draver Park.