2019 Romulus Pumpkin Festival

. August 31, 2019.
2019 Romulus Pumpkin Festival

by Grace Jensen

This annual fall celebration is worth the drive! It starts off with a parade Friday night and continues Saturday with a street festival including music, food, crafts and games for all ages. Try your hand at pumpkin rolling, pumpkin pie eating or pumpkin seed-spitting, and browse the Classic Car Show and Tractor Show. The perfect way to celebrate fall, friends, and family! Romulus is about 26 minutes from downtown Ann Arbor, and 16 minutes from Ypsi.

4pm | Friday, September 20 and Saturday, September 21
Downtown Romulus
facebook.com/DowntownRomulus
Free

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