This year’s Fall Fest may have been a little warm for a fall event, but lots of fun was had by the nearly 1,000 people who attended. There were a number of fun activities to participate in including s’more making, scarecrow making, balloon art, music, and free food such as hot dogs, apple cider, and other warm drinks.
This wonderful event would not be possible without the support of City of Chardon, Boy Scout Troop 226, Chardon Area Kiwanis, Chardon Square Association, and Rotary Club of Chardon. The event was the brainchild of Randy Sharpe, Chardon City Manager and organized by Adam Rogers, City of Chardon Recreation Director.
“It is so nice to see the young families come up to the Square to work together to create a unique scarecrow to take home, said Norma Moses, coordinator of the scarecrows for the Chardon Area Kiwanis. “Fall Fest is one of my favorite events held in the city each October.”