Downtown Fremont Inc. will be hosting The Bellevue Hospital The Crop Circle Event on Friday, October 2 from 5-10pm. The Croghan Colonial Bank Farmers Market and Pottery Perfection “Done Your Way” Crop Circle Event will be happening on Saturday, October 3 from 9am-1pm. Both events will be on Front Street. Attendance to all will be free to the public. The Crop Circle Event is an opportunity for Fremont and surrounding communities to watch or participate in fun, creative and curious activities.
Friday evening events consist of Neon Water Gun Paining with The Open House from 5-9pm on Front Street, Crop Circle Canvas Painting on the Street from 5-8pm and Paintable Alien Head $16 & Alien Gourds $25 with Pottery Perfection “Done Your Way” from 5-10pm. Other events include an Art Walk and Silent Auction from 5-9pm, Nick the Magician on the Streets from 6-9pm Kayak Glow Ride on the river with Kayaking Ohio from 6-9pm, and the finale a Bike Glow Ride with the Flatlanders Bicycle Club at 10pm meeting at Front and Garrison St. Get your glow packs in Downtown for $5 and Kids “Make your own Music” to go packets from 6-9pm. Calling All Artists to participate in the Art Walk to enter any piece(s) of art for $5 each which goes to 1st, 2nd or 3rd place or no entry fee if artist wants to donate the piece of art to be a part of the Silent Auctions with the proceeds going to Relay For Life of Sandusky County and the 2021 Crop Circle Event.
During the Farmers Market and The Crop Circle Event there will be Paintable Alien Head at $16 & Alien Gourds $25 with Pottery Perfection “Done Your Way” from 9am-1pm. Art Walk and Silent Auction from 9am-1pm, Nick the Magician on the Streets and interactive Chalk Art on the Street in Downtown Fremont. Farmers and vendors will be selling produce and unique items.
This event focuses on learning, creativity, fun, families, and celebrating what makes each of us unique. Events will take place in Downtown Fremont. Enjoy live art, local food and opportunities for everyone to join in!
Front Street will be closed 2pm on Friday, October 2nd until 10pm between Croghan and Garrison Streets and Saturday, October 3rd from Croghan Street to Birchard Avenue.