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The West Racine Fall Festival will be held from 3 to 8 p.m. Saturday on the Farmer’s Market grounds at West Boulevard and Washington Avenue. The event is sponsored by and organized by West Racine Alliance and Design Committee.
Free Admission. Parking in Hinsman Realty parking lot, street and the public lot between Grove and Hayes Ave. Please, no parking in the DaVita parking lot.

Entertainment:

Racine International Folk Dancers – 5:00 pm
Angel Laurie: Steel Drums – 3 or 4 pm
County Crossings – Celtic Music – 6 to 8 pm

Activities:

Well Balanced Dog – Fun Nose Work – Scent training Demo
Racine Fire Department
Face Painting
Make a scarecrow
Pumpkin Decorating
Outdoor Movie – Family Friendly

Food & Beverage:

Haman’s Culvers
West Racine Alliance OktoBerFest Tent  (Beer, Soda, and Water)
Popcorn

Vendor Booths:

West Racine Kiwanis Bake Sale and ornaments
Annie’s Country Pantry
Windmill FiberArts
Erin Hinriches Repurposed Windows
Nisse Nook – Baskets
Avenue Pet Shoppe
West Racine Alliance
Racine Heritage Museum – Northshore Railroad exhibit

The names of the Alliance businesses involved in the festival:

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.