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Bringing the Fun into the Orange Park Fall Fest with Gaming for Inclusion

Bringing the Fun into the Orange Park Fall Fest with Gaming for Inclusion

The Town of Orange Park Fall Festival is Clay County’s oldest and largest Arts and Crafts Festival!  The Fall Festival began in 1982 with roughly twelve craft booths and a couple of guitar players. Thirty-nine years later, this two-day festival has over 200 artists and vendors and two stages packed with entertainment from regional and local artists! The festival hosts 30+ food vendors, a Kids Zone with inflatables, a farmers market, unique gifts and items for your home, and even treats for your furry family members.  The best part…the admission is free!!!

This year, Challenge Enterprises will be spotlighting the Club Challenge program, Gaming for Inclusion at this Fall Fest.  This program gain notoriety at Calmer Con this past May, as the most trafficked experience for this sensory-sensitive convention. Stop by the Challenge Enterprises booth, pick up a gaming controller and join in the fun others experienced at CalmerCon.  The Challenge Enterprises booth will also feature last year’s crowd favorite, the Social Media Frame Photo Opportunity, so don’t forget to stop by for a quick selfie.  

Booth Number: 8 (see map below)

Date: Saturday, October 16th and Sunday, October 17th, 2021

Hours: 10am-5pm

Where: Town Hall Park – 2042 Park Ave., Orange Park, FL 32073 – corner of Kingsley and US17 about 2 miles south of I-295.

Parking: FREE parking will be available at Moosehaven with a FREE shuttle service running throughout the day and some space will be available closer to Town Hall. We have a limited amount of handicap parking spaces available at our Police Department off of Smith Street.