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    Fall Festivals Around Greater Lafayette

    What’s not to love about a Fall festival? More often than not, the amazing Fall weather sucks us in, but we really love the delicious, specialty foods available, the hand made crafts that get us thinking toward Christmas and all its wonder, and the smiling faces that bring the community together year after year. There are a few main-staple, can’t-possibly-miss Fall festivals around Greater Lafayette, IN, and we’re going to list them for you. Be sure to check out “Visit Indiana” for a comprehensive list of all festivals in the state of Indiana for the 2021 season.

    Earl Park Fall Festival

    September 3rd – 6th, 2021

    Weekend fun for the whole family! The festival’s large committee of volunteers is busy planning all of the special events that happen during the annual Labor Day weekend event. Anyone attending the festival can enjoy a craft and flea market, Bluegrass music, and concession food stands each day of the festival. There is a different dinner specialty everyday, including a fish fry, spaghetti dinner, chicken noodle dinner, and chicken dinner.

    Brown’s Accents Fall Festival

    September 10 – 11, 2021

    Brown’s Accents is your place to find unique, handmade items for your Christmas list this year!

    “September 10th-11th for a family fun day full of our favorite vendors!!
    Friday September 10th from 4PM-8PM and Saturday September 11th from 9AM-3PM!”

    Germanfest

    September 11, 2021 from 5:00 – 11:00 P.M.

    This year’s Germanfest is a mini version! There will be many of the normal things, such as , “Food, Dancing, Beer Garden and Games! Music Featuring: der Polkatz,” and more! Be sure to check out this Lafayette, IN favorite.

    Apple Popcorn Festival

    Saturday, September 18th, 2021

    “Two all-American favorites play center stage on a day brimming with activities, including: over 200 craft booths, contests, entertainment, music & a great variety of food booths. There are yard sales galore all through town. Brookston’s annual festival takes place the third Saturday in September. This is the time to celebrate the local harvest, rich with apples and popcorn. Come with your friends and family and enjoy the day. There are many of activities for kids and adults all day long, including: pancake & sausage breakfast at the firehouse, family entertainment on the stage, 5K, 10K & fun run, apple bobbing, big wheel race, nail driving, prince and princess contest, hula hoop contest, jump rope contest, bubble gum blowing contest, water balloon toss, pizza eating contest, car show, frisbee dogs, apple dessert contest, art show, photo show, men’s leg contest, book sale at the Brookston library.”

    Covered Bridge Festival

    October 8 – 17, 2021

    Indiana’s Covered Bridge Festival is a thing. It’s almost 10 days of opportunity to shop for fun items and see some of Indiana’s most beautiful places during one of its most amazing seasons. Follow this link to see locations scattered all around Parke County, each location’s schedule and maps, and so much more!

    Feast of the Hunter’s Moon

    October 9 – 10, 2021

    Last, but certainly not least, this Fall festival attracts people from all over.

    “The Tippecanoe County Historical Association of Lafayette, Indiana, in cooperation with the Tippecanoe County Park and Recreation Department, will be sponsoring the 54th annual Feast of the Hunters’ Moon festival on October 9 & 10. Hours are Saturday 9am to 5pm E.D.T. and Sunday 9am to 4pm E.D.T. The “Feast” is held annually along the banks of the Wabash River. Considered by many to be the “must see” event of the year, the Feast represents the time of homecoming, feasting, dancing and celebrating from the earliest days of historic Fort Ouiatenon (1717-1791), the first fortified European settlement in Indiana.
    Over 40 different recreated period foods will put the “feast” in the Feast! Food booths are run by area non-profit organizations as fundraisers for their worthy community projects. Seven different arenas and stages plus numerous locations on the 30 acres of festival grounds feature outstanding performances by musicians, interpreters, military re-enactors and Native American groups.”


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