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Fall Fest draws crowds despite weather

The rain and chill in the air this weekend could not stop the weekend revelry in downtown Sister Bay for its annual Fall Fest.

 

Rain came to the area late in the evening on Friday, which only affected the closing acts at area bars.

 

Thousands lined the streets on Saturday for the annual Fall Fest parade with marching bands from around the region and floats built by local organizations.

 

Pictures from Ann Trip

 

Saturday continued with live music at eight different locations throughout the day while the Sister Bay/Liberty Grove Fire Department's pancake breakfast children's activities took over the waterfront.

Sunday saw a new champion crowned in the Fall Fest Derby Race and other children take advantage of the 2 p.m. ping pong ball drop.

 

Fall Fest signals the unofficial end of fall in Sister Bay and is the oldest festival in Door County.

 

Top picture submitted by Bryan Mazur

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