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Fall means Harvest Festival time in Bowling Green

Saturday will be the 24th Harvest Festival in Bowling Green.

Last year, between 13,000 and 15,000 people attended, according to the town’s website.

Main Street, between Broaddus Avenue on the northern end and the U.S. Route 301 Bypass at the southern end of town, will be closed and a block of Milford Street on the western side and two blocks of Chase Street on the eastern side of the down’s main intersection in the downtown district will be closed.

For kids, the festival will have face painting, pumpkin painting and a petting zoo.

There’s also a stage with live entertainment.

The antique and vintage car show will be in its 18th year. It will be on North Main Street and part of the parking lot in the shopping center at the corner of Broaddus Avenue and North Main Street.

The antique tractor show will have tractors that have been restored or will be restored.

Antique alley will have local vendors selling antiques.

This will be the final weekend for the Bowling Green Farmers Market and it will have special offerings for fall.