Free Fall Fest Sees Generations of Attendees for Autumn Fun

A free fall fest brought families out to a fruit market in Prudenville.

Bart’s Fruit Market has been hosting Bart’s Fall Fest for 25 years now.           

It’s a way to thank the community for supporting the market.

The fest featured a bounce house, cider and donuts, pony rides, and kids got to try on fire gear.

Generations have been coming out every third Sunday in October to the Prudenville fest.

“The joy is seeing all the enjoyment on the kids’ faces,” said Bart’s Fruit Market Co-owner Mark Bartholomew. “Little ones like this, they come out and enjoy it. It’s a great event, they have so much fun. We love putting it on just to see the joy on their faces.”

While the event is free, it collects donations for the local food pantry Project HOPE.