With Halloween creeping closer, the fall festivals are starting to come to a close. Here are two more before the autumn admiration ends for the season.
The city of Loganville brings back its fifth annual Autumn Heritage Festival from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in downtown Loganville.
The event is a celebration of the city’s past, present and future with arts and craft, live music and local entertainment throughout the day. There are also more than 150 vendors on site selling their goods and wares.
Admission is free. The festival is on the City Hall lawn at 4385 Pecan St. in Loganville. Parking will be located in downtown with shuttled parking at Loganville Elementary, First United Methodist Church and Loganville Baptist Church, all on Main Street.
For more information, visit www.autumnheritagefestival.com.
Across the county, the city of Sugar Hill presents its 13th annual fall festival from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at E.E. Robinson Park.
At 10 a.m., a community parade takes the streets starting at the park, walks down Level Creek Road, forks left onto Church Street and a right on Lee Street. It continues with a left on W. Broad Street and a right on Temple Drive to end at Sugar Hill Church.
The rest of the day will have a car show, petting zoo, chili cook-off, live entertainment and vendors selling items.
Those who bring a full bag of canned food will receive a free ride or game pass
Admission is free. E.E. Robinson Park is located at 850 Level Creek Road in Sugar Hill. For more information, visit www.cityofsugarhill.com.