The Town Center at Levis Commons’ Annual Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 20, will have spooky carnival games, a straw-bale race track, cow milking, pumpkin bowling, hayrides, and more, all activities are free to the public.
Events at the Perrysburg shopping center will take place in the grassy area west of JB’s Sarnie Shoppe, near the clock tower.
Here’s the schedule:
3– 7 p.m.
- Pumpkin bowling, hayrides, spooky science with Imagination Station, cow milking and other activities.
- A straw-bale race track, sponsored by John Deere and Findlay Implement, will be available for children to drive miniature battery-powered gators and tractors.
- Haywire, one of the busiest country bands in the northwest Ohio, will perform toe-tapping tunes.
A costume contest will begin. There will be three categories, with winners in each for most creative, best team costume, and best of show. A team of judges will choose the winners who will receive a Levis Commons prize package.
A corn-hole tournament will be held. Registration begins at 5 p.m. There will be a corn-hole game set-up for unstructured play as well. Register a team online at www.shopleviscommons.com.
Certain events are weather dependent. Visit www.shopleviscommons.com for up to date information on weather related adjustments and cancellations.
The Town Center at Levis Commons is a 319,000 square foot open-air lifestyle center off of State Rt. 25, just south of the U.S. 23/I-475 interchange in Perrysburg.