It’s going to be a weekend full of family-friendly activities in Aaronsburg.
The festival includes live entertainment for kids and adults, art and pumpkin painting contests, a puppet show, pony rides and about 60 crafts vendors, event spokeswoman Erin Barto said.
There is no admission to enter the festival, but there is a fee for some individual activities.
“We just hope people come out and see all the things that will be going on,” she said. “There’s something for everyone.”
She expects up to 4,000 people to attend the event.
“We’ve estimated that we had that many people in past years, on a really nice weekend,” Barto said.
Temperatures call for highs near 70s and lows near 50 Saturday and Sunday, according to AccuWeather.
The goal is to raise $6,000 to $7,000, which will go back into planning for next year’s event and be distributed to community organizations like the Millheim Fire Company and the food bank, Barto said.
Barto said organizers are already thinking ahead for next year’s event — Oct. 3 and 4 — which will celebrate its 40th year.
“We’ll plan something special for it, but it’s still in the works,” she said.
For more information, visit www.aaronsburgcc.org.