Welcoming Fall Season in Downtown WatertownPosted: Updated:
From music, to food to cannon fire.
The Black River Fall Fest had all corners of Public Square covered Saturday.
"That's what we aim to do, just bring everyone together, family fun, great times," said Travis Gaylor, vice president of the Downtown Business Association.
The annual event is hosted by the Downtown Business Association. This year, it featured over 30 vendors including ADHD Educational Services.
"And our services are available to the wide majority of people. Anybody who has two diagnoses. We are care management, they need two diagnosis," said Deborah Cavallario, director of ADHD Educational Services,
Other vendors included a puppeteer, food trucks, and for the kids - balloon animals and face painting were in a nearby parking lot.
"We came down to fall fest to enjoy the fall weather, we wanted to visit the vendors, have a little lunch," said Rutland resident Wayne Staplin.
The downtown business association raised $2,000 from sponsorships and donations to put on the festival.