2021 Dates:  September 18th & 19th
Sat: 10am - 6pm    Sun: 10am - 5pm

Organization Fact:

One of the biggest community outreach functions that this festivals provides - is giving back to other not-for-profits.  How?  Over 40 area charities, organizations and churches rely on our festival as their largest single fundraiser of the year.  Without the festival, these organizations would lose a considerable funding source.  The pure family oriented, 1800 period outdoor atmosphere of this event truly makes it unique in the community and does something  very few other events can do - giving back to so many.

The Living History camp provides an opportunity for today’s festival-goers to observe, and sometimes participate in, life from another era.

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Look west past Johnny Appleseed's grave, the main stage, and the apple slices vendor and you'll see a bridge of sorts taking you directly to the pre1840's. You won't find a refrigerator, stove, microwave, computer, or television set. Instead, you'll see life as it was in the mid 1800's.

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Festival Parking & Shuttle Bus Info

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Parking is available in several locations.  You can park for FREE over at the IPFW college and ride our FREE shuttle to and from the festival.  You can park for FREE over at Concordia High School's athletic field parking off Anthony Blvd & St. Joe River Dr. and ride our FREE shuttle.  You can also park in the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum parking lot for a nominal fee.  We are not in control of the Coliseum fees nor does the festival benefit from those fees.