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Bring the kids or relive your childhood with cartoon classics like Felix the Cat and Popeye the Sailor.
This flea market is especially set up as a platform for private vendors who would like to sell things they don't need anymore. As always, there will be lots of old treasures, along with some hot drinks, warm encounters, soulful tunes, delicious home made food and a fire in the...
Find the latest bath and body products, clothes, jewelry, makeup, candles and more from vendors like Cowgirl DreamsCo., Plunder Design, Pampered Chef, LuLaRoe and LipSense.
Enjoy costumed characters, entertainment, vendors, the feel of a “Charles Dickens town” and shops open downtown. The Dickens Parade will be held at 6 p.m. Nov. 27. Event Cost: Free, fees for some activities Event Times: Weekends, Nov. 27-28, Dec. 4-5, Dec. 11-12
Coin collectors of all ages are invited to this expo, which showcases a variety of old coins, historical presentations, educational exhibits and more.
The petting farm hosts tractor rides, carnival games, crafts for kids, barbecue and, of course, animal visits.
This harvest and Halloween event features a kids scavenger hunt and seasonal games, plus opportunities to learn about 19th century customs.
Costumes are encouraged for this seventh annual Halloween event. Get yours judged and enjoy contests, dancing, live entertainment and a petting zoo, too.
Explore plant- and animal-based fabric and fibers including wool, alpaca, cotton and others.
Have a blast with some ghostly golf, creepy crafts, spooky skating, hayrides, trick-or-treating and more. Registration required.
Kids get in on airbrush tattoos, inflatables, outdoor movies, roving princesses and superheroes, hayrides and much more.
Enjoy a magic show, clown performances, crafts and other fall-themed activities.