Stillman Valley celebrates 86 years of its fall festival
STILLMAN VALLEY, Ill. (WIFR) - The Stillman Valley Fall Festival celebrated its 86th year this weekend.
Attendees have plenty of festivities to choose from including a craft show, a car show, a tractor show, and more.
“People come from all over Ogle County. We draw a lot of people from Rockford. There’s a lot of people from Rockford who come down. I was surprised.. you’ll see some signs on cars that they are from the Rockford area. We enjoy everybody to come,” says Festival Chairman Brad Hollandsworth.
Those who didn’t have a chance to go on Saturday can go on Sunday. The festival opens at 8 a.m. and will end around 5 p.m. Sunday’s festivities are highlighted by the parade, which starts at Stillman Valley High School at 1 p.m.
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