The McLean County Public Library is hosting its annual Family Fall Fest tomorrow afternoon. There are so many FUN things planned for the entire family! Check this out.

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Fall is my absolute favorite time of the year. The temperature starts to cool down, with less humidity, and the leaves start to change. There are so many fun fall events all over the tri-state. It's a perfect time to enjoy nature and to make memories. Do you love fall too? Well, the team at the McLean County Public Library celebrates the season in a BIG way and everyone is invited!

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Family Fall Fest

If you like to have fun, then this is the event for you! Come out to the McLean County Public Library on Saturday, October 9th, 2021 from 4 PM to 8 PM. Come hungry because the Auntie Anne's Pretzel & Real Hacienda Trucks will be there, along with Shade Tree BBQ, which is SO delicious. There will be a bunch of amazing vendors on hand to get an early jump on Christmas shopping. Get your Pumpkins, Mums, and Fall Arts and Crafts to celebrate the season. I'll be broadcasting live with WBKR from 4 PM until 6 PM with some FREE WBKR t-shirts while they last. I'm super excited to see all of our friends in McLean County. Where they always know how to party!

Family Fall Fest Vendors

Mal’s Pumpkins & Mums
Midnight Mommas
Carroll Trading Co.
Foe Family Farm
Sydney Pate Crafts
Laurie’s Souper Savor desserts
Rae’s Jewelry
Laryssa Miller’s Crafts
Calhoun Chiropractic
Kate Rickard’s Leather Earrings
Courtney Hudson’s Bleached Clothing
Cupcakes by Maddie

National Cookie Month at the Library

Don't forget you can stop by the McLean County Public Library any day in October to check out a book or DVD. When you do, you'll be entered into the Friday Cookie Cake Giveaway. Midnight Mommas donated the tasty cookie cakes for you to enjoy! So, stop by the library and expand your horizons with a new book or movie.

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