2012 Fall Festival to take place near Oceanside

October 23, 2012 by  

The 2012 Encinitas Fall Festival, previously referred to as the Poinsettia Festival, is scheduled to take in just under a month’s time in Encinitas, located approximately 14 miles south of Oceanside. The festival will take place between D and J Streets on Coast Highway 101 and will include a holiday bazaar for an afternoon of shopping, eating, and entertainment in the area’s Historical district.

Area vendors at community events and bazaars such as the Fall Festival may choose to utilize local printing companies to provide business card printing in an effort to reach out to visitors at the event and draw in customers to their businesses. Area businesses located near the activity may also run special promotions during the event to take advantage of the large number of possible customers in the area. These businesses may choose to advertise these special promotions with flyer printing and poster printing provided by local print companies.

The 2012 Encinitas Fall Festival will feature a variety of crafts, food, gifts, arts and more, at over 400 vendor booths. Live music will be provided at the Pacific Station Stage, the Community Stage, and the Lumberyard Courtyard Stage. More than 40 restaurants and 200 shops scattered along the area between D and J Streets will be open during the festivities and ready for business.

The Encinitas Fall Festival was established in 1989 and this year’s events will take place from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm on Sunday, November 18.