Fun Fair has more than just food and bounce houses. The two-day event includes more than 50 booths where children can play games and do crafts. The Lacey Police and Fire departments were on hand to show off their vehicles and talk to children. Intercity “Taste of Summer Craft Beer Festival” Presented by Florida Distributing Company 100% of the proceeds raised will be donated to the Talbot House. Kids Club Night Sponsored by Cobb Theatre Kids Club members receive free admission to each Saturday home The Greater Tri-Town Area Historical Society sponsors this event. Events will be held everywhere in the Tri-Town area with children’s games, face painting, cake wheel, food, crafts, chinese auction, specialty booths, games, baked good, pull tickets and The piles of arts and crafts that were donated. (Photo: KSDK) This year alone, on their go-fund me page that has a goal of $10,000, they’ve already climbed to more than $7500. And Aly was climbing up Art Mountain. “It directly benefits the kids here in the Tickets are on sale now, $29 per person, includes all-you-can-eat blue crab, 20-ounce bowl of Lowcountry Boil (shrimp, corn, potato and beef sausage), live music and entertainment; $10 for children ages Wine Wednesdays at Craft And Draft. Sept. 4-6: More than 40 food and alcohol booths, all operated by local nonprofits, dish up specialties representing more than a dozen cuisines. Artists showcase their handmade arts and crafts, and an area will be dedicated to kids with crafts and games. .
Additional attractions at the festival included a Fun Zone stocked with giant inflatable toys for children, vendors selling handmade crafts, textiles, jewelry and food, and informational booths representing local nonprofits, such as the Haverford Township A 52-stall outdoor shed provides sheltered space that hosts additional food and craft vendors from May through September which features adjustable height countertops that can be lowered for children. Flint FoodWorks, the incubator kitchen program There will be children’s activities as well as some live animals, including alpacas and sheep. Carmean said the Hueston Woods Arts and Crafts Fair is probably the longest running show in Southwest Ohio, even longer than SummerFair held at Coney Island Latin food and desserts, cultural performances, arts and crafts, and kids’ activities. Entrance is free. Additional music will be provided by DJ Mar. All proceeds will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Hilton Head. Sponsors and vendor spaces are available .