This weekend Bainbridge plays host to its annual festival, Fall Festival of Leaves. The festival, which celebrates its 48th anniversary this year, offers the opportunity to celebrate the fall season in our region. The festival was started in 1968 and is one of the largest and best attended festivals in southern Ohio. The area used for the festival cover 6.77 acres and the parade route is exactly 1 mile in length and typically lasts 1 hour and 15 minutes.
The Fall Festival of Leaves gets under way on Friday morning starting at 10:00am with the opening of vendors’ booths, rides, flea market and entertainment. Saturday features an antique machinery show, antique & classic car show, Prince & Princess contest and a log sawing contest. Sunday, which is the final day of the festival, offers the festival’s impressive parade. You can enjoy live entertainment throughout each day during the festival at their main stage.
The Fall Festival of Leaves offers plenty of activities to entertain the whole family. You can find the schedule of events for the Fall Festival of Leaves by visiting their website at www.FallFestivalofLeaves.com.