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Tewksbury Two-Day Fall Festival Update

Wamesit Mystery Machine, live music, food vendors in; helicopter rides sold out

The Town of Tewksbury will host the 9th Annual Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24, 2023 from 12-5pm both days at the Livingston Field Recreation Complex. The festival will once again be a two-day celebration with separate and unique attractions each day. 

On Saturday, there will be a balloon twister, face painting, and touch-a-truck event. Touch-a-truck will feature vehicles from the police and fire departments as well as MDR Construction. Wamesit Lanes will also join us with the Mystery Machine and rounds of musical chairs. Attendees will see some of their favorite Community Market vendors on Saturday; Empanada Dada, Cupcake City, and The (Lemonade) Stand.

Helicopter rides are SOLD OUT! Thank you to all who donated to the Tewksbury Community Pantry for a ride. 

On Sunday, local artisan creators are the focus. There will be a variety of fall-themed lawn games, kids crafts, and live music from the Road Dawgs. Live dance demo by Trish’s Tots and Dance Expressions. With over 80 food and craft vendors, there is a little something for everyone. There will be a pie eating contest hosted by DJ Vince, and kids will have another chance to have their faces painted and for balloon animals.

Free parking will be available across parking lots on Livingston Street including 10 handicap spots in front of the Recreation Center; first come, first served. Additional parking at Wynn Middle School and Tewksbury State Hospital.

This event is sponsored by the Town of Tewksbury with the generous support of the Town Manager’s office, Police Department, Fire Department, and Department of Public Works.

Looking for more information or to sign up to help with setup or breakdown? Visit — students can earn volunteer hours.

These posts are from the great organizations around Tewksbury that provide updates to the Carnation.

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