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Fall Festivals in the Ozarks



As the weather cools down and leaves begin to fall, we know Autumn is right around the corner. One of the best things about living in the Ozarks is our local harvest culture. Pumpkin patches, produce-growing contests, parades and the sweet smells of apple butter and kettle corn are about to take over our small towns. The 417 offers many of these festivals with free admission to people of all ages. Visit these events and make the most of the season: 
 
Ozark Arts & Craft Show– Ozark, MO – October 1st-3rd 




Located at the Finley River Park in Ozark, Missouri the show welcomes 300+ vendors to exhibit and sell their latest works of original arts and crafts. Don’t forget all the delicious food items that will be offered. No charge for admission. Hours: Friday 9am-6pm; Saturday 9am-6pm & Sunday 9am-4pm 

See more: https://www.ozarkcraftfair.com/
 

Marshfield Harvest Days – Marshfield, MO – October 1st & 2nd 



A local small-town festival featuring homemade crafts, foods, live entertainment and more! No charge for admission.

See more: http://www.marshfieldmo.gov/events

 
Republic Pumpkin Days – Republic, MO – October 2nd



A local small-town festival featuring homemade crafts, foods, live entertainment and more! No charge for admission. 

See more: https://republicpumpkindaze.com/about-us
 
Apple Butter Makin' Days – Mt Vernon, MO – October 8th-10th 


The 55th annual festival offers nearly 500 craft & food booths. No charge for admission.

See more: https://www.mtvchamber.com/apple-butter-makin-days.html


Ozark Regional Arts & Craft Fair (Northwest Arkansas)



The 30th annual Ozark Regional Arts & Crafts Festival: Representing most talented artisan and craftsman from 13+ states. Located at the Northwest Arkansas Convention Center/Holiday Inn‑Springdale and Washington County Fair Grounds.

See more: 
https://www.craftfairsnwa.com/fall-fair


 

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