Byron Art Students Save Fall Festival
Mrs. Anderson's advanced art classes at Byron High School are taking over and reinventing the Byron Fall Festival.
This Saturday beginning at 2pm, all are invited to the corner of Saginaw and W. Maple Avenue in Byron, for face painting, crafts, games, horse-drawn hayrides, cider and donuts, a scavenger hunt and more, including contests like a Pie Bake-Off Contest for Best Pumpkin and Best Apple pies at 2:30 and a Carved Pumpkin Contest for kids 12 and under at 3:30.
$5 admission gets you access to all the activities or make a donation per activity you choose to take part in. The cost to enter contests is $1.
Jamie Anderson said this year would have been the 3rd annual fall festival in Byron, but organizers decided not to have it. That's when Anderson and her students stepped in.
All proceeds from Saturday's event, which lasts until 6:30pm, will benefit the Byron High School Art Department, helping to purchase supplies and classroom equipment.
In conjunction with this year's Byron Fall Festival, the Byron First United Methodist Church on Ann Street is hosting trunk-or-treat beginning at 6pm and running until 8. At 7pm, the church will host a puppet show. All activities at the church are free.
Get complete information on this Saturday's Byron Fall Festival on the official Facebook Event Page.