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Landfall’s 20th Annual Fall Festival, Saturday, October 22, 2022, 10:00 am 2:00 pm at the Landfall Recreation Site

Mark your calendars! 

The Landfall Fall Festival will be back in full swing this October and better than ever.  The Kenan Chapel at Landfall and the Great Oaks Club are teaming up with the Landfall COA to host our beloved annual community event.  Begin your morning with tastey baked goods and pastries prepared by the Great Oaks Club. Get your choice of the fattest pumpkins and the hardiest plants. Begin bidding on a wide variety of items in the silent auction donated by generous local vendors.  Visit with old and new friends while you mosey around the Landfall Recreation Site enjoying all the features that a troupe of volunteers have planned for you and your guests.  Be sure to try you luck on the 50/50 raffle.

Due to popular demand, the Landfall Fall Festival will host several food trucks including PT’s Grille Food Truck, Wheelz Pizza, Berserker BBQ  and A&M’s Red Food Truck to feed your goblins. Fresh Start Rescue will bring a reptile trailer featuring exotic animals for all to see. Our very own neighborhood trash company, Coastal Waste will offer a touch-a-truck plus ice-cream delights (separately, of course). What festival would be complete without an old-fashioned root beer float from Bill & Jack’s Saloon?

Traditional crowd favorites are planned such as the car show, pony rides from Lennon Oaks Farm, hay-rides on the nature trail, sand art and pumpkin painting, and children’s games. The Landfall Foundation, The Arboretum, The Bee Keepers, Womens Impact Network, and Clean Oceans will have booths to visit. You may purchase beautiful flowers from your neighbor Paula Sewell of Pedaling Pedals. 

New this year, we will have a magic show and balloon clowns plus Halloween Parades for kids of all ages at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm.

The money raised from the Landfall Fall Festival benefits the Kenan Chapel and the Great Oaks Club, supporting such programs as the free monthly community concerts at the Chapel and the GOC’s landscape and wildlife environmental projects. Most importantly, we all benefit as a community by celebrating together.

For information on how to volunteer, become a sponsor or contribute to the Silent Auction, please visit or contact  Mike Kane at 679-4184,