Fall Festival fun in Chiefswood Park

A pie in the face booth added to the fun at the Cheifswood Park Fall Festival Oct 1) (Photo by Bree Duwyn)

ByBree Duwyn Writer The Fall Festival returned to Chiefswood Park for the first time since COVID-19, where Six Nations community members got to enjoy a sunny Autumn day packed with vendors, rides and games, and pumpkin painting on Saturday (Oct. 1). In partnership with Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC), the festival was free to enjoy, except for sparing $5 to toss a pie in someone’s face. SNGRDC and their program, The Community Collaborators, have sponsorships that aid in doing things for the community. The Fall Festival being the last event of the year. The grounds of Chiefswood Park were covered with food trucks and vendor tables, selling baked goods, crafts, beaded jewelry and more. The festival saw over 1000 attendees from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m….

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