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Second Chance’s Fall Festival to Change Hands and Move Locations This Year

Monday, April 8th during the Weiser City Council meeting the council heard a proposal on blocking off three city blocks for a fall Harvest Festival. The original festivities have been taking place for several years out at Second Chance on highway 95. Due to its growth and potential safety issues the owner and operators of Second Chance will no longer hold the event.

Weiser business owner, Patrick Nauman, when hearing of this decided it would be a great opportunity to take the festival on and move it to downtown where there would be more space for vendors and local businesses would also be able to participate. 

Nauman shared his vision for the festival with the council and answered questions and concerns the council had. He also shared that he would not be bringing in food vendors for this event, but would be encouraging participants and guests to eat at the many food places within walking distance of the festival. With the council’s approval, the festival will be held at the same time it has been traditionally held, being the first weekend in October. This year the two day event will be held on October 4th and 5th. 

Check out Living In The News .Com’s Youtube link to the discussion during the City Council meeting  below.

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