There will be specialty booths along the vendor routes at this year’s Liberty Fall Festival.
WoodChux Axe Throwing will have its mobile lanes out, and other local nonprofits and area organizations will have booths around the festival grounds.
Northland Therapeutic Riding Center will again have a booth where they are hoping to recruit volunteers. The group usually brings out a miniature horse or two.
Journey Church pastors and congregation members will again be handing out free bottles of water and chatting about the church and its ministries.
St. James Anglican Church will be selling coffee as a fundraiser for the church steeple at its booth.
Northstar Church again returns to the festival grounds with a mini pumpkin painting booth.
Liberty Christian Church will also be giving out water and chip clips while supplies last.
Liberty Police Department will have a booth at the festival, sharing information about the annual Shop with a Cop fundraiser.
Thrivent Kansas City Metro Group is also sponsoring a fundraiser for Love INC of Clay County at the Liberty Fall Festival. A basket at the booth includes fall must-haves like Chiefs tickets. Thrivent is donating 100% of the money raised from this raffle to Love INC’s Rent and Utilities Fund. Those wishing to enter must be 18 years or older. Any donation amount gets an entry.
Several of the vendors that are part of the downtown Farmers Market will be participating in the festival as well.
Among the food vendors, there is Hawaiian ice and kettle corn. The Knights of Columbus will have tenderloins, pulled pork, macaroni and cheese, French fries and non-alcoholic drinks to purchase this year.
Liberty’s own LaDulzura Creamery will be bringing their tortas and a limited selection of ice creams and Mexican sodas.
Twitsted Taters is back with the gourmet-loaded fries.
Sugar Daddy’s Lemonade will sell oferrings including Italian sausage, hot dogs, fresh-squeezed lemonade and limeade.
KC Whip and Company is also bringing their Dole Whip truck and will offer several flavors of Dole Soft Serve.