Sunday is the last day for Farmington Founders Festival located in downtown Farmington MI. It is located right on Grand River and Farmington Rd just east of Drake Rd and West of Orchard Lake Rd. There is lots to do for the whole family especially if you have kids.
They have fine art booths located at the Masonic Temple right on Grand River. So if you need a nice painting, fine jewlery, some nice glass pieces you might find what you want at the Founders Festival.
There were about 50 tents of crafters and home items booths. There is everything from doggie treats to cement statuary.
They had a great area for the kids to enjoy. A climbing wall, face painting, bouncy toys. A kids paradise. But there are no carnival rides or carnival game booths at Farmington’s Founder Festival.
My wife and I clowned around and stuck our heads into the cutouts. There was a constant line up from kids to grown ups taking their pictures.
There were live local musicans and a beer tent in the parking lot down from Dagwoods Deli. All the local company booths were in this area. From churches, home improvement companies, to raffles they are here for you to see.
And of course there were food booths and local companies booths in the festival too. Whats going to a festival without getting an elephant ear or a corn dog?
It’s a beautiful day… not to hot so come on out and enjoy the last day of Farmington’s Founder Festival located off Grand River West of Orchard Lake and East of Drake. Farmington MI is a great place to live or just to visit. You don’t have to be a Farmington resident to enjoy the festivities. So come on over.
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