Plan Your Sunday at the Florissant Fall Festival

We've got the rundown of who's going to be where during this weekend's festival.

Sunday, Old Town Florissant will be buzzing with the sounds and fun of the 15th annual Florissant Fall Festival.

Hosted by Florissant Old Town Partners and the City of Florissant, this year’s festival boasts more than 60 crafters and a number of business booths, food vendors and other fun activities.

According to Old Town Partners, there is a big addition to the festival with the Police Welfare Association hosting a car show on the grounds of Knights of Columbus, where proceeds will be donated to Officer Mike Vernon, who was injured in the line of duty.

But there are a number of other attractions, contests and entertainment that can be found around Old Town, including the following:

100 Block of rue St. Francois

Doug Jacobs, Re-enactor performing behind the Girardier House

Bob Kuban Brass, Performances at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Todd Latessie, Stilt Walker

Richard Holmgren, Street Performer

Strolling Barbershoppers, all day

Chili Cook-off, Click Heating and Cooling, 124 rue St. Francois 

200 Block of rue St. Francois

Pat Auberry Band, 220 rue St. Francois, Performing all day 

300 Block of rue St. Francois

The Dixie Rhythm Kings, Performing next to the Robbins Building

Flintknapping, 601 St. Charles, Performing all day 

500 Block of rue St. Francois

Cookie’s Clown Co., Performing all day

Flea Market, 525 rue St. Francois 

600 Block of rue St. Francois

Pony Rides

Storyteller, Wedding Chapel

Flower Show, Hosted by Sprig and Twig Garden Club

Pumpkin Decorating

Jewelry Making 

700 Block of rue St. Francois

Florissant Valley Barbershoppers, Douglas House Steps, 1-2 p.m.

The Buckhannon Brothers, 755 rue St. Francois

North County Big Band, Topos parking lot

Wine Garden, sponsored by Hendel’s Market Café, 755 rue St. Francois

800 Block of rue St. Francois

Craft Fair

1000 Block of rue St. Francois

Fido Follies, Government Center Parking Lot, Registration starts at 3 p.m. and contests start at 3:30 p.m.

The Florissant Fall Festival will run Sunday, 11 a.m.- 5 p.m.


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