9/26: 30th International Fall Festival


Eau Claire (DOWNTOWN EAU CLAIRE)- Mark your calendars for the 30th International Fall Festival on Saturday, September 29th in the South Barstow District.

The International Fall Festival will highlight many of the amazing cultural aspects of Eau Claire and our region. The festival will run from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. The festival is free and open to the public thanks to the support of community-leading sponsors and partners.

International Fall Festival will include multiple activities for everyone to enjoy. You can expect to see exhibitors and venders. Over 110 organizations, exhibitors, and vendors will line South Barstow Street. Come for the fun and learn about our community’s great cultures and resources. A selection of multicultural and American-style food vendors will be spread throughout the festival providing delicious foods and treats. Ethnic foods will include Asian specialties, gyros, kebobs, falafel, baklava, and more. American classics will also be featured, including hot dogs, BBQ, ice cream, and popcorn. There will be a performance stage where you can watch performances and demonstrations from martial arts and dance studios, including Hmong dancers! Join us at noon and 4 p.m. for a piñata breaking!

Now in its 30th year, the International Fall Festival is Eau Claire’s biggest street festival, packed with free, family-friendly activities and cultural entertainment. They hope everyone will stop by South Barstow Street on Saturday and enjoy our Downtown!

For full details visit www.DowntownEauClaire.org.

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