JASPER — There will be fun for all ages at the ARC North Florida’s Fall Festival in downtown Jasper next month.
The Fall Festival is set for Oct. 19 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Heritage Park, across from the old Hamilton County Jail.
The festival will feature entertainment and activities for all ages, including a pumpkin pie contest, crafts and a variety of foods.
There will be musical performances on the main stage throughout the festival, starting with Branford’s Sadie Miller at 10 a.m. and ending with Average Joe at 6 p.m. Other performers include PureJoy, the Gateway City Big Band, the Suwannee Rhythm Cloggers, Godiva, Stephen Quinn, Katie O, Tommy, Jo & The Oldies and Kathy Stafford.
In addition to those performances, the festival will feature a hayride, an animal corral, antique tractors and trucks, a railroad run as well as dunking for apples, panning for candy, fishing for prizes and cornhole.