Fall Festival

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Event# 308-772-4468

Event Details

The Fall Festival, in Oshkosh, Nebraska is held in conjunction with the Garden County High School homecoming game.

Festivities begin at 8:00 a.m.
City-wide garage sale.
High School students may be seen selling flowers, pennants, banners, and other items for school function fund-raisers.
Local merchants have their Fall Festival Specials starting at 9:00 a.m. for all the Festival Shoppers!

Sidewalk sales, street vendors, crafts, food vendors, bake-sales, and crowds gathered together to enjoy the festivities ensuring a day of fun, friendship, and support for the home team!

Afternoon Parade at 2:00 oclock.

Hamburger Feed at 5:00

Homecoming Game and Crowning of the Royalty.

Dance following game.

Fall Festival

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