LIBERTY — Liberty Area Chamber of Commerce President Gayle Potter said she hopes a late addition to this year's Liberty Fall Festival helps visitors.
"We have golf carts running around the festival grounds so this year, I have decided to set aside a couple carts that seat four or six people to be used as additional shuttles," she said.
Parking is often a premium and most of the time difficult to find. People may find spaces by Heritage Middle School, 600 W. Kansas St.
Potter said there will be a pick-up location the middle school and those who want to ride shuttles will be dropped off at Franklin and Main streets.
Shuttles will run from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27; and again from 1 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28.
Members of Second Baptist Church, 300 E. Kansas St., will also provide hospitality to festivalgoers Friday and Saturday.
The church will open its fellowship area for respite and water while church members will also offer shuttle service Friday afternoon and evening and almost all day Saturday.