Fall is a beautiful time to enjoy the outdoors. Goodbye to the green and warmth of summer, hello to the browns and yellows, the cool and snap of autumn.
The Allentown Association is proud to revive the Fall Festival. This year we are bringing music, food, art and entertainment back to Allen Street.
On October 11th, Allen Street will be closed to traffic, but open to all to enjoy the day’s festivities.
The Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site will be hosting children’s activities such as pumpkin carving, face painting and a petting zoo from 1 to 5 PM.
The intersection of Pearl and Allen will be having live music from 2 to 9 PM, with some of Buffalo’s favorite bands.
Franklin and Pearl Streets will be the site of your favorite food trucks throughout the day.
On Allen Street, arts, crafts and goods will be on sale, as well as food offerings from local vendors.
In conjunction with GO Bike Buffalo, there will be a Buffalo Bike ride, touching the major Olmstead parks in a fabulous sightseeing tour from 9 AM to 1 PM. There will be charge for the ride, but it includes a T shirt and lunch.
All other activities will be free of charge, supported by our gracious sponsors and the Allentown Association.
Legal beverages and soft drinks will be available throughout the day.