Between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. the streets of will be open to residents and visitors to shop, eat and enjoy the beautiful autumn weather. There will be crafts, food, entertainment and a kids’ zone for the little ones. This year’s Autumn Heritage Festival celebrates the 125 years since Loganville first became the community that is now the City of Loganville. The theme is designed to take visitors back to a time when families would shop and gather around the city well - a step back in time to celebrate the city's history.
One of the booths that local visitors are urged to visit is the city booth where officials will showcase plans for the new town green expected to be ready for this year’s Christmas celebrations. According to Loganville Mayor Ray Nunley, the town green will become a new focal point for the city.
Also a not to be missed opportunity is the Touch a Truck Display to raise funds for Walton County’s Special Olympics. On display, to be “touched” for $1, are police, service and fire trucks as well as an antique car, a motorcycle and a tractor.
The streets will be closed off around City Hall for the festival. Parking will be downtown with shuttle parking at First United Methodist Church and Loganville Baptist Church on Main Street.
City officials invite the community to come out Saturday, Oct. 20, and enjoy the 4th Annual Autumn Heritage Festival celebrating 125 Years of Loganville.