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The 51st Annual Fall Festival will be held in Lubbock on Saturday, September 11, 2021. The Fall Festival will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on that Saturday. The Fall Festival in Lubbock typically draws thousands to the Lubbock Municipal Garden and Arts Center.

The Fall Festival is a family-oriented event with vendors selling handmade items and art. There is also live demonstrations, entertainment, and concession booths for people to enjoy while attending.

And right now, the Lubbock Garden and Arts Center is making available booth and tent space for reservations for this year's show. So, if you would like to participate, you can. All you need to do is contact the folks at the Garden and Arts Center in Lubbock according to a press release.

Booth rentals for vendors will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis until spaces are sold out. A basic 5’x 7’ outdoor booth space, constructed of scaffolding and covered with tarps, rents for $65.00.  In addition, 10’ X 10’ tent spaces are also available for $85.00. Tent vendors must provide their own tent. Vendors will register online by visiting the Lubbock Garden and Arts Center website www.lubbockgac.org and clicking on the “51st Annual Fall Festival” and selecting the Craft Vendor tab. For more information regarding the event, participants can visit our website www.lubbockgac.org, call 806-767-3724 or email GAC@mylubbock.us.

The Lubbock Municipal Garden and Arts Center, located at 4215 University Avenue, strives to offer an array of fun classes and events for all ages.  The variety of GAC classes offered cover general subjects such as painting, drawing photography and more.   For more information on classes or reservations please call the Lubbock Municipal Garden and Arts Center at (806) 767-3724, email GAC@mylubbock.us or visit our web site at www.lubbockgac.org.

It's good to see these long-running events come back after the pandemic shut everything down last year.

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