More tricks and treats were added to Passyunk Avenue’s annual Fall Fest and Spooky Saturday event. The new and improved Fall celebration allowed kids of all ages to hit the dance floor, enjoy live music, and get spooky on Passyunk Avenue.
“We really beefed the event up and added more stuff for the kids to do and more stuff for the grown-ups like Fall beverages and lots of good street food,” explained event coordinator, Renee Gilinger.
Vendors like Stateside even included some seasonal treats on their menu.
“I made a mold apple cider…and Miranda…made some caramelized and candied apples as well,” Kema Fortunato said.
Along with the many vendors, pumpkin decorating, arts and crafts, free trick-or-treat bags were provided for the first 500 kids.
“This is something that we like to do for the neighborhood and for families all across Philadelphia area….just have something fun for their kids to do that doesn’t really have to cost them anything,” Gilinger said.
Fall Fest is one the many events held here on Passyunk Avenue bringing friends and family together one event at a time.
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