DuBois Center Fall Festival

Join us for this family-friendly event on Sunday, October 2nd, 2022 from 11 am to 5 pm.

We have crafters, live music, plenty of delicious food, and more. This is a family-friendly event, so all ages are welcome. Younger guests can enjoy our Kids Korner with lots of crafts and games, or any one of our numerous activities around the grounds. Ride a horse, view the scenic lake, or tour DuBois via hay wagon.

We host a Sweet Treat Shop bake sale at Fall Festival each year. Help send a child to summer camp! All proceeds from this sale are added to the DuBois Center Scholarship Fund, allowing us to provide summer camp scholarships to children and youth from families with financial challenges.

Our Fall Festival is free to enter – parking is free as well. Activities and food are available for an affordable price. This is a great event for families, church groups, and friends to get outside and enjoy a beautiful fall day at DuBois! Find directions to DuBois Center here.

Volunteer

Our Fall Festival is only possible because of the efforts of countless volunteers.  They bake, promote, stitch, recruit, decorate, set up, take down, drive, lead, greet, direct, park, deliver, clean, serve, and dedicate hours and hours to make it all happen.  If you’re interested in volunteering for Fall Festival, please email fallfestival@duboiscenter.org.

Calling all Bakers

We are now accepting donations for our Sweet Treat Shop.  We accept all kinds of baked goods – cookies, cakes, pies, candies, all of the good stuff! Money raised from this shop goes directly into scholarships to attend camp. Please consider donating and contact fallfestival@duboiscenter.org to coordinate!

Crafters/Makers

We are always looking for new makers and crafters to feature at the event. If you are interested in having a table or booth(s), please visit our Crafter/Maker application page. Questions: email our Fall Festival Vendor Coordinator, Susan, at fallfestival@duboiscenter.org

Promote

If you would like to help promote the festival, watch for promotional materials! They begin appearing in this space and in the ISCUCC Weekly Connection. Any help with spreading the word will be greatly appreciated.

To learn more about this event, download the 2021 event flyer or check out this map and information piece from 2019.