Fall brings Conyers’ longest-running festival, the 38th edition of the Olde Town Fall Festival, to be held on Saturday, Oct. 20, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Center, Commercial and Railroad Streets in Olde Town.
Coordinated by the city of Conyers, the festival features more than 80 artists, crafters, food vendors and local merchants, as well as a variety of children’s activities.
“From woodworking and jewelry to baked goods and crocheted items, there is a fantastic variety of vendors lined up for this year’s festival,” said Sandy Fowler Daniels, event coordinator for Olde Town Conyers.
The Olde Town Fall Festival also features two stages of entertainment (on Railroad Street at the Conyers Depot and in the Olde Town Pavilion.
The Conyers Police Department and Rockdale County Fire Department and Sheriff’s Department will be on hand for fun safety activities. There will be a children’s area with trackless train rides and a pumpkin patch in the Randal S. Mills City Center Park. Costume contests for kids, adults and pets also will be held on the Conyers Depot stage noon. Festival goers also will enjoy a full schedule of entertainment.
Admission and parking for the festival are free. For information on the entertainment schedule and list of vendors, visit www.oldetownfallfestival.com or call the Conyers Welcome Center at 770-602-2606.