Zionsville Lions Club Fall Festival kicks off Sept. 8


The Zionsville Lions Club will present its annual Fall Festival from Sept. 8 to Sept. 10.

The free event, at 115 S Elm St. in Zionsville, is open to the public all three days, with activities for attendees of all ages. Although admission is free, parking inside Lions Park is $8 per vehicle. Free parking will be available along Elm and Main streets.

This year, Zionsville Eagle Scout Troop 358 is celebrating their 100th anniversary. On Sunday, Sept. 10, the troop will host a new interactive area.

Tim Reinhart, Zionsville Lions Club Fall Festival chair, said there will be opportunities for visitors to play tug-of-war with the Eagle Scouts and learn more about the troop.

Along with the interactive areas, many local businesses and vendors will be on-site, selling items ranging from woodworking products, air duct cleaning services and artwork sold as stickers.

Products and food can be purchased with cash and card, but not all places will accept credit card transactions. There will not be wristbands or tickets for food.

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Traditional fair food will be served at the fair for an extra cost to attendees. (Photos courtesy of Zionsville Lions Club)

“We do have several ATMs in the park in case folks need to get cash,” Reinhart said. “But we will have tenderloins, hamburgers, corn dogs, elephant ears (and) popcorn, so pretty traditional festival food.”

The registration deadline for vendors to is Aug. 25. To register, visit zionsvillelions.com.

To learn more about the Zionsville Lions Club Fall Festival, visit zionsvillelions.com/events/fall-festival-1.