Middlebury Chamber of Commerce

Middlebury Fall Festival 2022

Middlebury fall Fest

Heartfelt Thank You To The Middlebury Fall Festival Sponsors. Without their support, the event would not be possible. Please show your appreciation by supporting their businesses and organizations.

Friday & Saturday, September 9 & 10, 2022

Don’t miss our 21st Annual Middlebury Fall Festival! Join us as we
kick off Fall 2022 in the heart of downtown Middlebury.
Admission is free.

Festival Highlights 2022

Fall Festival Fireworks at dusk on Friday-Das Essenhaus Campus
Local Artisans and Crafters
Homemade Foods – fried pies & ice cream, elephant ears,
kettle corn and more
Farmers Market: homegrown produce, treats, pumpkins, and mums
Cornhole Tournament on Saturday


2022 Fall Festival Schedule Download Festival Schedule

Middlebury Fall Festival, September 9 and 10.  

Forgot your lawn chair! Check-in at the Gazebo for a Middlebury Chamber of Commerce lawn chair (availability – first-come, first-serve)

The festival takes place in Downtown Middlebury Parks on September 9 and 10. The Entertainment Tent East Park.

Old favorites remain the same; homegrown vegetables and fruits, pumpkins, ornamental gourds, colorful fall mums, local woodcarvers in action, pottery, and Amish art.  

Bring your lawn chairs to the downtown parks and tap your foot to spirited music entertainment throughout the weekend. 

Don’t miss the drive-in movie at dusk, an opening act for the incredible Friday night fireworks on the Essenhaus Inn campus’s grounds. 

Join the annual Saturday Corn Hole Tournament held at high noon in Brown Street/Memorial Park Side. Attendees must enter Memorial Park at the main park entrance and exit in the rear of the park onto Brown Street. Bring lawn chairs.

Let’s not forget to grab our favorite Amish fried pie, kettle corn, wood-fired pizza, or corn on the cob from the Music Parents Association.  

All downtown shops will be open for extended hours during the festival for shopping convenience. Visit the new General Store, located in downtown Middlebury.

Please note:  

  • Bring lawn chairs
  • Festival information at the gazebo. 
  • Please take advantage of the hand sanitizing/handwashing stations while attending the festival.  

For information: Middlebury Chamber of Commerce, 574-825-4300, Sheri Howland, Executive Director, director@middleburyinchamber.com or Carmen Carpenter, Community Outreach Coordinator, carmencarpenter@middleburyinchamber.com

Sponsors:

Gold Sponsors
Culver Duck Farms, Inc First State Bank
Lozier Jayco Inc.
L&W Engineering
Royal RV & Auto Care Center

Silver Sponsors
Forks County Line Stores Heritage Ridge Creamery Lake City Bank
Bright Star Realty and Auction
Lochmueller Group
Copper Sponsors
Edward Jones of Middlebury
Mechanical Man Inc.
Middlebury Public Library Bill’s Collision Service INterra Credit Union
Jenkins Automotive – NAPA
Pumpkin Cyclery Quick Mart Middlebury
Drs. Cripe & Stickel
Middlebury Community Historical Museum
Chupp’s Herbs
The Element Masters Inc Friends of Ryan’s Place
Greencroft Middlebury Hummel Group Inc Joyfully Said
Kent Miller/ Century 21 Affiliated
Hawkins Water Tech Legacy Home Furniture Middlebury
Hardwood Products
Old Hoosier Meats Sorg Chevrolet Inc Village Inn Restaurant Gohn Brothers
Firework Sponsors
The Element Masters Inc Bulleye Industrial Sales L&W Engineering
Culver Duck Farms, Inc Bill’s Collision
Forks County Line Stores Varns & Hoover Hardware Millers Garage
Hawkins Water Tech Showhauler Trucks Inc Stutzman Power
Royal RV & Auto Care Center
Infuse Salon Edward Jones – Bill Clark
Tackle Shack

VENDORS:

Thank you for your interest in being part of the 2022 Middlebury Fall Festival!

First, review the 2022 Fall Festival Rules and Regulations in Vendor Application Packets to ensure we’re a good match.

To become a vendor for the 2022 Fall Festival, complete the application below and send it to:
Middlebury Fall Festival
P.O. Box 243
Middlebury, IN 46540

Please note that applying does not guarantee that there will be space available for your booth.

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