Visit the pioneer village in its autumn beaty.
By Emma Palova
Fallasburg, MI- Nestled under the autumn foliage near the Fallasburg Covered Bridge, pioneer vendors tested the first annual bazaar waters last weekend.
Like the early village pioneers, they braved the wind and the rain. And finally the sun showed up.
But, it wasn’t just the nature’s elements, it was also the novelty of the venue. Most of them like the Hubbert’s Kettle Corn and Natures Serenity had the experience to pull off a show with a regular venue circuit all over west Michigan.
Here at the village just a stroll away from the popular Fall Festival for the Arts they faced the unknown.
“Will people come, will they know where to go,” they questioned. “Where is my spot?”
The idea behind the village bazaar was to piggyback on an already established event, and mainly to bring awareness to the forgotten…
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