Fulton Fall Festival 2024

September 14, 11:00-3:00 – Pershing Park


The Fulton Fall Festival is held every year on the 2nd weekend in September

All activities at the Fulton Fall Festival are FREE. You only need to bring money for food, ice cream, beverage, and the silent auction. Join us for another year of family fun.


Schedule of activities (to be updated – here is an example of activities from 2023):

  • 10:00 – Basecamp Fitness Class
  • 10:15 – Decorate for the bike parade
  • 10:45 – Bike parade with SWHS marching band
  • 11:00 – Fall Festival offically starts!
  • 2:30 – Silent Auction closes
  • 3:00 – Festival ends

All Day Activities:

  • Food trucks: Hana Bistro and La Tortilla
  • Ice cream novelties, water, bagels and coffee for purchase
  • Face painter
  • Baroness of bubbles
  • Bingo with prizes
  • Live music
  • Silent Auction (ends at 2:30)
  • Vendor Marketplace

Water will be available for free, everyone is encouraged to bring their reusable water bottle

Silent Auction

Coming soon: Link to the live online silent auction.

The silent auction raises money for the FNA. This money helps us engage engaeg with the community in events like: Fulton Community Dinner, painting pickleball stripes on the tennis courts at Pershing Park, adding shade structure to the Pershing pool, proving security rebates, and more!

Donate to the silent auction! Donations due 9/07.

Any business or individual can donate to the auction. Here are a few examples:

  • Gift cards for services, restaurants, shops
  • Event tickets
  • Speciality item from your business
  • Family memberships to YMCA< MIA, etc.
  • Offer a dinner parter, hike, bike, etc. – be creative!
  • New! Sponsor a basket for teh silent auction. You can put together your own basket, or have us do it for you for $50-100

Join the Vendor Marketplace

Join our vendor marketplace! Many different types of vendors join our marketplace from small businesses, community groups, to non-profits. Here is the fee structure:

  • Free – non-profits
  • $25 – small vendors
  • $50 – political candidates

Note: vendors must bring their own table and chairs and be prepared to set up their table.

Fall Festival Tabling - crafts


Become a Festival Sponsor

  • Bronze Level – $100 – Table at vendor marketplace, name on website
  • Silver level – $250 – Table at vendor marketplce, name on website, stage shout out
  • Gold level – $500 – Same as Silver PLUS name in newsletter, social media shout out, and festival signage
  • Silver level – $1,000 – Same as Gold PLUS highlighted name in all locations (website, social media, festival signage)


Contact fna@fultonneighborhood.org for more information


Fulton Policy on Political Candidates

The Fulton Neighborhood Association (FNA) is a 501(c)(3) organization and is therefore “prohibited from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office.” 

The FNA can only allow candidates to speak as candidates (campaign) if we allow equal access and opportunity for all candidates. Campaigning at or during FNA meetings (including but not limited to board meetings, annual meetings, and committee meetings) is prohibited, though candidates who are running for office are welcome to attend FNA meetings as members of the community. The FNA works with groups such as The League of Women Voters to organize nonpartisan forums where all candidates are invited to speak as candidates. We also offer the option for all candidates to purchase a table at certain community events such as the Fulton Fall Festival. At this type of event, candidates may display campaign materials and speak to attendees as candidates, but we do ask that they refrain from fundraising. When a candidate is not at their table they can enjoy the event as a member of the community and not campaign. 

In certain circumstances, local, state, and/or federally elected incumbent candidates may be invited to speak at an FNA meeting as representatives of the community. This is not an opportunity for these candidates to campaign, and they are speaking only as elected officials delivering relevant information to the community members in attendance. All community members are welcome to attend FNA meetings when an incumbent candidate will be speaking, but no mention of upcoming elections can be made by any candidate or community member. No campaigning for office can be conducted inside or outside during a meeting of the FNA. We request that all members of the community be respectful of the Fulton Neighborhood Organization’s role as a nonpartisan organization.