University Heights Fall Fest To Take Place on Sunday


Fall Fest returns to Walter Stinson Community Park on Sunday. - COURTESY OF UNIVERSITY CIRCLE
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  • Fall Fest returns to Walter Stinson Community Park on Sunday.
After a successful event in 2019, University Heights Fall Fest returns to Walter Stinson Community Park on Sunday. It takes place from 1 to 5 p.m.  The event will feature more than 50 artists and vendors from across Northeast Ohio, activities for the kids, circus performers and a concert from the '80s dance band Back 2 the Future.

“Fall Fest is another way we are building a sense of community here in University Heights,” says Mayor Michael Dylan Brennan. “We had a great inaugural event in 2019, and we’ll be back and better than ever on Sunday.”

Back 2 the Future will take the stage at 3:30 p.m. to perform hits from artists such as Madonna, Rick Springfield, Prince, and Journey.

Ohio artists scheduled to appear include Cleveland Firebrush, Burning River T’s, Crescent Rose Craft, Ogden Maple Farm, One Garden Greens, Unibrow Society, Dru Christine Fabrics & Design, and Field of Dream’s Flowers.

Balloons by Blake and bubble artist Dr. U.R. Awesome will be on hand as well, and kids will have the chance to paint pumpkins. 

Food trucks Stix & Buns, Barra de Taco and Cleveland Cookie Dough Company will be on site. 

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