Attracting over 50,000 people a year to Danville, the town's Fall Craft Festival is scheduled for this weekend from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (a previous Patch article appearing last week had the incorrect date).
The festival, which is described as "80% contemporary and traditional crafts and 20% fine art," will last two days and feature a children's costume parade, a wine and beer garden, art booths and glass pumpkin patch.
Here's a look at scheduled events, as posted on the Chambers of Commerce website:
Saturday, Oct. 26
10 a.m. -- Children's Costume Parade led by Penny the Miniature Horse from Horses Healing Hearts AND Sparky the SRV Fire Dog - Hartz & School Street in front of FAZ Restaurant
2:30 p.m. -- Next Step Dance Studio Performance East Prospect & Front Street Click Here to Check Out our GREAT Local Talent!
Sunday, Oct. 27
11:30 a.m. -- Incontro Dog Costume Contest. Details here.
All day -- annual DFCF Classic Car Show and Vintage BMX Bike Show East Prospect with awards at 4 p.m.
Unlimited parking in all city-owned parking lots and on-street curbside parking spaces will be available. Better still, ride your bike from the Iron Horse Trail & park in the Bike Parking lot.
For more information, visit the City Chambers of Commerce website.
To see photos from last year's Fall Craft Festival, visit here.