Fall festival to support Montgomery County libraries

September 28, 2013 by  

The 7th annual King Farm Fall Festival is taking place in Rockville this October. A portion of the proceeds from the event will go to the Friends of the Library, Montgomery County.

There will be plenty of activities at the festival which are likely to appeal to every member of the family, no matter what their age. Among them are horse-drawn hayrides, a rock climbing wall, inflatables, and games. Families will also be able to take part in scarecrow making and pumpkin decorating. Face and hair painting will be offered for a small fee, and there will be food and beverage vendors on hand.

In addition, there will be martial arts demonstrations, fitness demos, and free flu and pneumonia shots. Part of the festival will also consist of a business fair in which local vendors will be selling a variety of merchandise or informing the public about their programs and services. This might be a chance for visitors to start thinking about their upcoming holiday shopping lists.

Many of the Rockville businesses who will be selling at the festival will no doubt be investing in services such as sign and banner printing to draw attention to their booths. This will help draw more attention to them and will likely result in more passers-by and more sales.

The festival will take place on October 5 from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm, and is free to attend. To learn more about the day’s events, contact Andrea Escher at 301-519-1678.

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