Fall festival includes a wildly fearsome walk

October 15, 2012 by  

A full day of activities can be enjoyed later this month, all based on the fall theme. The Halloween Walk and Fall Festival welcomes people of all ages and the new walk will be led by the Greater La Grange YMCA staffers and is guaranteed to be shedloads of fun for all.

This is a premier walk and festival being hosted by the La Grange Business Association in the downtown core. There will be punch cards distributed throughout the week prior to the event that allow guests to take advantage of delectable dining experiences and shopping pleasures.

The Halloween Walk starts off this festival with a parade of costumed monsters pirates, witches, and all their friends who will be travelling the business district as part of the trick-or-treat parade. Other activities taking place at this festive event include a pumpkin decorating contest, a pie-eating contest, making your own caramel apple, face paintings, a costume contest, Halloween bingo, pet photos, and an assortment of fall specials at various stores.

Poster printing and flyer printing may have been used to advertise and promote this premier event to the community and the surrounding regions. Admission is free and it will all be happening on Saturday, October 27, beginning at 10:00 am at the La Grange Business Association located at 106 Calendar Avenue in LaGrange, Illinois, just a short drive from Countryside. For more information, please visit the Fall Festival website or call 708-522-6467 during business hours.