Annual Webster Fall Festival

On August 16, 2021, the Webster Fall Festival Committee gathered for their monthly meeting. After a presentation by Dr. Dan Chapman about mask safety and updates on the Delta variant of COVID-19, 32 committee members proceeded to discuss the pros and cons of hosting the festival this year. Given that this is a community oriented, family friendly event, consideration was given to keeping workers and attendees alike safe. In addition, the festival is our annual fund-raiser and many individual events could not be included due to restrictions. It is with much sadness that we announce that committee members voted unanimously to cancel the festival for the second year in a row. We believe it is in the best interest of everyone to keep our community safe. 

So that we do not forget the spirit and fun of the festival, below are highlights of the 2017 and 2018 Webster Fall Festivals. Click here to see highlights of the 2019 fall festival.

2017 – Farmers Market

2017 – Part of the Antique Automobile Exhibit
2018 – Children enjoying a demonstration by blacksmith Alex Gleason
2018 – Matthew Haarklou demonstrated log-hewing

2018 – Hayride loading for a trip through Scadin Woods.

2018 – Milking Goats

To see photos from the 2019 festival, click here.

Nostalgia: Pigs Roasting (year unknown)