Fairgrounds Filled with Festivities – Southern Standard


The first Fall Freedom Festival was in high spirits on Saturday as crowds gathered in droves to witness the event.

Through 118 vendors, the public was treated to delicious home-cooked food, as well as any kind of crafts you could imagine. Personalized tumblers, fall decorations, trendy clothing and everything in between were on display at the many vendor booths that occupied the main arena of the Warren County A&L Fairgrounds.

Lynessa Bell, one of the event organizers responsible for implementing the Fall Freedom Festival, was delighted with the presence and participation of the vendors.

“It has been a wonderful day so far with a lot of attendance. It definitely exceeded our expectations, ”said Bell. “We are so overwhelmed with the response from the community and grateful for the great turnout. “

Bell was proud of the team‘s hard work in making the event a success, especially in the tight three-week timeframe in which it was hosted.

“The best part is the unity, our team and the community coming together to make this work,” beamed Bell.

Bell continued, “We want to thank everyone who came today. It has been great to see so many people from all walks of life, be it civic groups, churches, craft vendors or small businesses. It’s so good to see everyone coming together.

Jessica George, owner of Red Door Boutique and Red Door Kids, was on hand to show off the trendy clothing options she offers at both of her stores. George had nothing but praise for the event and its organizers.

“It’s been a beautiful day so far with great weather. We’ve been open for about an hour and it hasn’t stopped since we started,” George said of his experience at the Fall Freedom Festival. “This is our first event in three years. We were about to attend the Fall Street Fair, but we were happy when this alternative appeared. The setup was smooth and easy, a series of applause for all who set it up.

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