FestiFall - September 20th & 21st., 2014
by Barbara Pasqua
It is held at the home of Albert Gallatin(Secretary of State)/Friendship Hill,(National Park) in Fayette County on Rt.166.
The festival dates are: Saturday, Sept. 20,2014, 11 a.m.- 5 p.m.and Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Admission is free, handicapped accessible and shuttle service from parking lot.
The time period is early 1800s. Vendors, musicians, and actors are dressed in period clothing. War re-enactments, braided rug making, corn stalk dolls, wood carving, old maps, period music, candle making and many more crafts, along with demonstrations Come see the re-enacted colonial wedding. There are sack races, a fox and hen chasing contest with a pie eating contest for children. A taste of history as ham and bean soup is cooked over an open fire, hearty beef sandwiches are available from the Ye Olde Butcher Shop, if you have a sweet tooth visit Miss Toni's Bakery and have a drink of apple cider, lemonade, and root beer from the New Geneva Tavern.