2017 Fall Festival

Come meet your neighbors and enjoy music, art and great food at this year’s festival. Free admission for all!

Saturday, October 7, 12-4 p.m.
New Festival Location: Westminster Presbyterian Church
1438 Sheridan Road (rear parking lot)

Ticket Sales at Welcome Tables

Tickets are required for all booth food purchases, raffle and cake walk participation. Soft drinks, water and ice are free. Tickets, auction items and shirts may be paid with cash, checks (preferred) or credit card.

  • $2 – per (1) ticket (good for each raffle and cakewalk participation)
  • $10 – five (5) tickets
  • $20 – ten (10) tickets + one free ticket
  • Food pricing will range from 1-2 tickets. Food truck vendors can only accept cash.

Schedule of Events

12:00 All Booths Open / Ticket and Shirt Sales / Food / DJ
12:00 – 2:00 Uptown Food Truck
12:30 – 1:30 Live Music
1:00 Cake Walk Round 1
1:00 – 3:00 Atlanta Ice Cream Truck
1:30 Pet Costume Contest
2:00 Cake Walk Round 2
2:30 – 3:30 Live Music
3:00 Cake Walk Round 3
3:00 Raffle Sections 1, 2 and 3 Close/ Winners Announced
3:45 Silent Auction Closes/ Winners Announced


Food and drinks provided by:

Atlanta Ice Cream Truck
EATaliano Kitchen
Marco’s Pizza
Mellow Mushroom
Pig-N-Chick BBQ
Rocky’s Package Store
Uptown Food Truck
Please thank all our contributors with your support!

Food truck vendors can only accept cash

Pet Costume Contest

Sponsored by Briarcliff Animal Clinic
Prizes awarded for the following categories:
*Best Pet/Owner costume
*Best over all
*Most creative

Don’t miss out on the fun! Enter your pet today by clicking here.

Calling all artists!

If you are an artist (or know someone who is) and would be interested in displaying work during the festival, simply contact festival@lavistapark.org.

Musical Entertainment By

Elephant’s Gerald
Joseph Sfregol
D.J. Eric Hutcherson

Are you a local business owner?

Do you have a vacation home that you currently rent out? Consider donating to our Raffle and Silent Auction. All proceeds will go toward festival expenses, as well as park maintenance. Additionally, there are Sponsorship and Booth opportunities available. You may also make cash donations to help cover festival expenses.

Volunteers make this event happen!

Can you bake a cake or assist with set-up or clean-up? To sign up for one of the many areas that need your help, or enter your pet in the Costume Contest, please visit click here to volunteer.

Download Sponsorship Opportunities
Download Donation Form

Thank You Supporters!

Angie Guettner/Artzy Party
Atlanta Bead Society
Atlanta Botanical Garden
Athletic Club Northeast
Atlanta Ice Cream Truck
Atlanta School of Photography
Auto-Glo Hand Car Wash
Avril’s Carwash Briarcliff
Bill Golden Homes
Briarcliff Frame Shop
Cape Dutch
CEG Bakery
Citadel-LaVista Garden Club
The Cook’s Warehouse
DeKalb County Public Safety
Delia’s Chicken Sausage Stand
EATaliano Kitchen
Ed Wiley, Hot Glass Artist
Elephant’s Gerald
Eric Hutcherson, D.J.
Fat Matt’s Rib Shack
Farmer D’s Organic
Feet Press Spa
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Fernbank Science Center
The Fresh Market
Gerald’s Heavenly Desserts
Grub Burger
H2H Wellness Centers
Jackson Bass Homes
Joseph Sfregola
Huntington Learning Center
K&M Foreign & Domestic Auto Repair
Ken Rainey/Sharpe Mortgage
Kroger Sage Hill
LaVista Nails
Lisa Rhodes / Center for Puppetry Arts
Mae’s Bakery
Marco’s Pizza
Marlow’s Tavern
Mellow Mushroom
Midtown Family Chiropractic & Wellness Center
Next Age Fitness
Newk’s Eatery
Orangetheory Fitness Emory Point
Original Pancake House
Outback Steakhouse Toco Hills
Patch Foster & Kevin Rowland
Peachtree Flowers
Pig-N-Chik BBQ
Rain Thai & Sushi Bar
Rhodes Bakery
Rocky’s Package Store
Roxx Tavern
Salad Express
South Fork Conservancy
Starbucks Briarcliff
Sublime Doughnuts
Taqueria del Sol
Teri Darnell, Photography
The Perfect Property
Tin Lizzy’s Cantina Emory Point
Tom Woodward
Uptown Food Truck
Willy’s Mexicana Grill
Yoga Collective

Pet Costume Contest sponsored by
Briarcliff Animal Clinic

Cake Walk sponsored by
Plant Communications, LLC/Drew Plant



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