2019 Annual Webster Fall Festival

The day began with rain–and a prediction for more rain. Despite the clouds, no more rain fell and at one point the sun even came out. While Michigan fans saw their team get beaten badly by Rutgers, many community members and their families enjoyed roaming the grounds of Historic Webster Village playing games, enjoying music, eating wonderful food, and just generally being entertained.  The 38th Webster Fall Festival was dedicated to Marjorie Smyth, one of the founders of the Webster Township Historical Society and founder of the Webster Fall Festival. Click here for a list of festival sponsors and click here for a list of festival donors.

Get Your Popcorn, Pop, and Hot Dogs Here!
Setting Up the Tent for Music and Pulled Pork Sandwich Enjoyment between Dieterle’s Corncrib and May’s Memorial Garden
Webster Farmers’ Market
Log Hewing Demonstration
Lots of Farm Animals to Visit–Some to Feed, Some to Milk, Many to Pet
Dexter Dulcimers Entertain in the Kleinschmidt General Store
Session in the One-Room School