Fall Festival at Cantigny features craft fair and kids activities

  • Jason Kollum of Niles, aka The Windy City Stilt Walker, holds his hat and leans into the breeze at the Cantigny Park Fall Festival Saturday in Wheaton.

      Jason Kollum of Niles, aka The Windy City Stilt Walker, holds his hat and leans into the breeze at the Cantigny Park Fall Festival Saturday in Wheaton. John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Cantigny Park hosted its annual Fall Festival Saturday in Wheaton.

      Cantigny Park hosted its annual Fall Festival Saturday in Wheaton. John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • People start to filter into the Cantigny Park Fall Festival on a cold Saturday morning in Wheaton.

      People start to filter into the Cantigny Park Fall Festival on a cold Saturday morning in Wheaton. John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Two people stay inside a business booth -- and out of the wind -- during the Cantigny Park Fall Festival Saturday in Wheaton.

      Two people stay inside a business booth -- and out of the wind -- during the Cantigny Park Fall Festival Saturday in Wheaton. John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • An inviting bench awaits visitors to the Cantigny Park Fall Festival Saturday in Wheaton.

      An inviting bench awaits visitors to the Cantigny Park Fall Festival Saturday in Wheaton. John Starks | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 10/12/2019 7:10 PM

Wheaton's Cantigny Park held its annual Fall Festival Saturday, with hayrides, a craft sale, entertainment, a children's book sale and activities, and plant and pumpkin sales.

More than 70 craft fair vendors offered a variety of goods, including jewelry, toys, and even products made with Michigan cherries. New this year was a chance for visitors to make wax sculptures.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Children's activities included inflatable rides, face painting and a petting zoo with horses, goats and a variety of other animals.

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