Crisp autumn breezes, virtual oceans of glowing pumpkins interspersed with lushly blooming mums in all the glorious colors of fall, handcrafted gifts & unique items available nowhere else.
Entertainment, parade, carnival, music, dancing and boundless fun- all this and more make up the annual Liberty Fall Festival. Hosted mainly on the Liberty Square amidst historical buildings dating to the 1800’s, the Fall Festival is unique in all the Kansas City area.
There is so much entertainment you’ll be hard pressed to catch it all. As the kids whirl about on the rides to flashing lights and lively music, the parents can sample light-as-air cotton candy or cooling snow cones.
The festival proves to be a shopper’s delight with everything from handmade crafts to home grown fruits & vegetables.
The event can be traced back to 1934 and has been set up in area shopping centers. It has ties to the Clay County 4-H and William Jewell Colleges’ Homecoming. Many class reunions and get-togethers are centered around the festival which is held on the fourth full weekend of September each year.
Due to weather, the parade has been cancelled. The festival will be open until 9pm this evening.
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