Fall back in Gaslamp Quarter

October 23, 2012 by  

The annual Fall Back Festival is under two weeks away in San Diego’s famous Gaslamp District. A family event with lots of fun activities planned, one of the main draws will be The Historic Children’s Street Faire, where guests go back to the 1880s to experience the area during that era.

A tour by hayride is available through the area, while imaginations run wild thinking back to what it was possibly like in the 1880s, with dirt roads, people on horses, and men panning for gold. Children will have a chance to try their luck at gold-panning too. Over 30 booths will be available to entertain everyone with activities and shopping opportunities as they mosey on by.

A cannon demonstration will take place, along with Wyatt Earp defending 4th Avenue when Outlaws arrive. Pony rides and llama encounters will add to the fun of the day and vendors will be on hand to feed hungry folk. Competitive greedy-guts can indulge in ice cream and pie-eating contests, which can only add to the fun.

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The event will take place from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm on Sunday, November 4. For more information about the Gaslamp Fall Back Festival, visit the website.

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