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Handling Fall Fest traffic getting easier

The Sister Bay Advancement Association is making sure the revelers planning on attending next weekend’s Fall Fest can get there with ease. In addition to its own shuttle service crisscrossing the village from different remote lots near its downtown, the Sister Bay Advancement Association is teaming up with its counterparts in Baileys Harbor to provide busing from the town to Fall Fest. With parking at a premium, coordinator Louise Howson is thankful for any assistance to help get people around the event quickly and safely. She hopes this is the beginning of other communities assisting each other when it comes to big festival weekends.

You can find more information about the shuttle services for Sister Bay’s Fall Fest below. Earlier this month, Horseshoe Bay Farms announced it would open to the public on Saturday to offer tours and also be a remote parking lot for this weekend’s Pumpkin Patch Festival in Egg Harbor.

 

Picture courtesy of Sister Bay Advancement Association

 

 

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