Fall Festival is Here Again on October 18th!

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ESP Presents Annual Fun, Free and Fully Accessible Fall Festival

Fall is in the air which can only mean one thing: Extra Special People’s annual Fall Festival is right around the corner!  The festival will take place on Saturday, October 18th from 4:00pm-7:00pm at ESP headquarters (189 VFW Dr, Watkinsville GA 30677). This year’s fall festival will offer lots of exciting, sensory, adaptive and completely accessible activities including corn-hole, cake walk, haunted house, Trader Joe’s pumpkin patch, a catapult, hay rides, trick-or-treating, and a monster salon.  A fall festival wouldn’t be complete without halloween costumes, so make sure to come dressed in your most creative costumes!  In the past, festival-goers have come dressed in a variety of original and imaginative costumes such as princesses, mummys, superheros, werewolves and even Tina Turner.

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 I bet you’re wondering how you’re suppose to jam out to “The Monster Mash” at the festival without any music, but don’t worry because there will even be a live DJ to play the top tunes.  The best part about the festival is that it’s completely free!  This is a terrific opportunity to have some pre-Halloween fun and experience what fall has to offer, ESP style. There will also be lots of tasty dinner and snack options from sponsors like Zaxby’s, Barberitos, and Menchie’s, all of which are also FREE.  All families, new and old, are welcomed and encouraged to attend.  ESP’s fall festival only comes once a year, so make sure to take advantage of this fun-packed, free and totally accessible opportunity.

Katarina Christmann
About The Author

Katarina Christmann

COORDINATOR OF COMMUNICATIONS Katarina Christmann studied Advertising and Art History at the University of Georgia and just graduated in May 2015. Katarina began as a Public Relations and Special Events Intern at ESP. The fast pace and variety of the work at ESP are what drew her to the position, but the kids are what kept her here. Katarina is from St. Simons Island. When she’s not spending time at ESP, Katarina loves baking, reading, and hiking. Katarina is beyond excited to continue her time here at ESP and to put her own touch on things!

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