It was the 2nd annual Fall Fest Saturday in Dayton at the Scott Bicentennial Park. An end of summer celebration put on by the Town of Dayton and Tongue River Valley Community Center, a small crowd gathered for food, music, and an assortment of vendors.
Amanda Cummins was there with her husband Zack and their three little ones. She says it was a time to unwind.
Organizer Erin Kilbride says they're still trying to figure out the timing of the Fall Fest. Last year the weather was too cold. This year, moving the event up to Labor Day Weekend cut down on attendance.
Sally Hager wasn't too impressed with the music and the weather was a tad bit too chilly, but she had her own reasons to be there.
Folks could enjoy Indian tacos along with kettle corn along with face painting and glitter tattoos.