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Join Us for An Olde Tyme Fall Festival!
Buena Park, Calif. - There's no place like Boo-uena Park for the fall season, and new this year to kick off this spooktacular time, the City and Buena Park Historical Society present An Olde Tyme Fall Festival from 2:00-5:00 p.m. on September 30 at 6631 Beach Blvd.
The festival showcases the City's Historical District with tours of the Whitaker-Jaynes Estate, storytelling in the Bacon House and more! Kids can create free fall-themed crafts like fall flower crowns and Q-tip skeletons, enjoy thrilling magic shows on stage at 3:00 and 4:00 p.m. and play fun old-time games.
Take in the sounds of local entertainment and tastes of local food vendors, including tacos from Buena Park's newest neighbor, Poquito Mas. Halloween-themed vendors will also be onsite selling unique and crafty items for the whole family.
Take part in a chance to forever etch your Buena Park loyalty in stone with the purchase of a commemorative brick from the Buena Park Historical Society. Your personalized brick leaves your permanent mark in the Historic District around Dreger Clock and pathways to the Whitaker-Jaynes Estate. This is an opportunity for your message, tribute to a loved one, or namesake to become a memorialized part of Buena Park's past, present and future.
General parking is available across Beach Blvd. at City Hall, 6650 Beach Blvd., with limited handicap parking behind the First Congregational Church.
Bring the whole family for a spooktacular beginning to the Boo-uena Park season! Download the Fall Festival Flyer here. For more information on the Olde Tyme Fall Festival please call (714) 562-3550.