LOWELL, Mich. (WOOD) — After going virtual last year due to the pandemic, the annual Fallasburg Fall Festival in Lowell is back in person with food, music and artist booths.
The two-day, outdoor festival where artists and demonstrators showcase their artwork for festival goers kicked off Saturday. A variety of live music, craft demonstrations and children’s activities will also be featured for the public.
Todd Drenth, a Lowell Arts board member, says it is great to be back at the park to celebrate a long time fall tradition.
“The community, the people especially out here in Lowell, are excited to get back outside, listen to live music, celebrate the community, be a part of it and support one another,” Drenth said.
The festival’s last day is Sunday. It will go from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. More information can be found online.