CLAWSON, MI – With the fall season now in full swing many are looking for opportunities to get outside, enjoy the crisp air and partake in pumpkin and apple delicacies. An annual celebration aims to appease all fans of autumn.
The City of Clawson will once again host its annual Fall Festival from 3 to 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 7 at Clawson City Park, located on Elmwood Avenue between Main Street and Crooks Road.
The one-day festival features a charity car show at noon that benefits the Clawson Baseball program. Family-friendly activities, such as free hayrides, climbable inflatables, fall baked goods and a farm animal show, will run from 3 to 6 p.m. The annual festival will conclude with a community bonfire scheduled for 6:15 p.m.
The bonfire will be conducted and controlled under the supervision of the Clawson Fire Department.
Fans of street food will have something to look forward to at this year’s festival when a band of local mobile eateries will join to feed hungry attendees.
A food truck rally featuring many of the member trucks of the Michigan Mobile Food Vendors Association is the newest addition to this year’s festival. Food trucks featured include Concrete Cuisine, Jacque’s Tacos, Ned’s TravelBurger, People’s Pierogi Collective, Taco Mama and Treat Dreams.
For more information on the annual festival call (248) 589-0334 or visit www.cityofclawson.com. For more information on the Michigan Mobile Food Vendors Association visit www.mmfva.org or their Facebook page.
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