MARSHALL, Ill. (WTHI) - The Marshall, Illinois Autumn Fest is wrapping up Sunday.
Vendors and businesses gathered in the Clark County courthouse square this weekend.
The activities ranged from car shows and pony rides to live bands playing in the square.
Organizers say each year more and more vendors show up to showcase their items.
But there's still room for more!
"We have a variety of stuff to offer. Many of them are returns. They've been here for many, many years. But we do welcome new ones. We have four or five new ones this year,” said Pat Rhoads, Autumn Fest committee.
The autumn fest is every year, the third weekend in September.
For more information about the Marshall Autumn Fest or how to be involved next year, head to their website.
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