Check out last week’s post about the Webster Fall Festival. Looks like it will be a great event tomorrow!
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The annual Webster Fall Festival is coming up this weekend and it is a must-do event! Our families loves going because of all the great food and activities. You will find:
- Hayrides $2 per person, $5 per family Barrel Train Rides 50 cents each
- Boy Scout Log Cabin with food for sale (homemade baked goods, beverages, and products from local farmers)
- Children’s craft tent, pony rides, haymaze, petting zoo (horses, llamas, rabbits, chicks)
- Horseshoes, working dog demonstrations, rescue and herding dogs, artisans, large exhibition of 19th century machines
- Exhibits of 19th century life including an old school with a schoolmarm, fabric making techniques (wool spinning), and original outside water pump (kids love this one), and a blacksmith shop
- Free performances by music groups, poets, etc.
- Church lady luncheon of sloppy joes, soups, pies and a pig roast
- Huge rummage sale in an old barn and a live auction for larger, more valuable items
What: The Annual Webster Fall Festival
When: Saturday, September 28 10am-7pm
Where: 5484 Webster Church Road, Dexter, MI 48130
Cost: Free entrance and parking (food and some activities cost extra) BRING CASH
Website for activities: http://www.websterfallfestival.org/
Website for auction: http://www.
Directions: From US-23, exit west on North Territorial Road (Exit 49), go west for approx. 3.5 miles to Webster Church Rd. (flashing yellow light), turn left (south) and go one-mile to the Fall Festival. (5484 Webster Church Road, Dexter MI, 48130)