Fall season in the midwest means weekends full of small town bustle and excitement for the young at heart and old-timers alike. Festivals are a wonderful way to connect with friends and family while supporting our communities’ local economies. For more family fun this autumn, don’t forget to check out our Ultimate Guide to Fall & Halloween Events in Wichita!
FALL FESTIVALS IN SEPTEMBER
People from all over our great state and beyond flock to the fair in September, which kicks off on the 10th!
A parade, market, car show, music, street dance & more! Celebrate 150 years of ElDo!
Autumn & Art 2021 is an alfresco fine art show and sale featuring artists from across the United States on beautiful Bradley Fair Parkway. This year’s juried event features local, regional and national artists from 12 states.
Hosted by the Lions Club, this year the Maize City Park will be home of the Maize Fall Festival (401 S Khedive in Maize). Check their website for updates on event happenings.
Open Streets ICT
Open Streets ICT is an exercise in building community, cultural identity, and social engagement. By temporarily removing the danger of motor vehicles, Open Streets provide a novel type of public space that helps people make social connections and lets them view their city through a new lens.
September 30-October 3
September 30-October 3
Rain or shine this festival promises to be fill Linear Park with carnival, games, vendors, great food and entertainment for all ages. Make sure to follow the event on Facebook for up the minute event scheduling.
FALL FESTIVALS IN OCTOBER
Greater Andover Days (GAD) plays host to more than 5,000 people each year! Festival highlights include a food court, hot dog eating contest, parade, fishing clinic, car show, ice cream social, and a fireworks show in Central Park.
You won’t want to miss this town’s carnival, beer garden, inflatables and more! The medallion hunt begins in October.
There is no place like home…or like Arkalalah! Just a short drive south promises a weekend filled with 3v3 basketball tournament, corn hole tournament, dodgeball, art exhibits, movies, music, carnival, food, and much more!
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