Summit’s annual Fall Festival returns Saturday, with a cornucopia of arts and crafts vendors, food and entertainment taking place throughout the day.
Charade will perform live music from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
There also will be plenty of food to choose from. Vendors include Olde Time Favorites, Darshalei Sweet Kreations, D’Lightful Treats, Wolfe Pack Concessions, Shake & Bake, Squeezers Lemonade, Dunaway Concessions, Danny’s Porkskins, Pelligrins Paradise, Pot Belly’s BBQ and Nona Lynn’s Kitchen.
And dozens of other vendors will offer crafts from woodworking, to furniture, wreaths, pottery and merchandise including collectibles and clothing.
Kids activities include a Tough-A-Truck event hosted by the Mississippi National Guard.
Various organizations, including churches, medical clinics, the Super Survivors Breast Cancer Support Group and the United Givers of Southwest Mississippi also will have booths set up.
The festival also will hold a pie bake-off. Bakers can submit their best pies for $10 a piece, with a limit of two entries. Prizes will go to first-, second- and third-place winners. Young bakers 12 and under can enter for free, and the first-place winner wil get a prize.
Ahead of the festival, North Pike High School will hold its homecoming parade at 6 p.m. today in Summit, with lineup at 5 at First Baptist Church.