By Baxter Colburn
Thousands packed the streets of Sister Bay Saturday to celebrate the season of Fall. People from Minnesota, Illinois and all throughout Wisconsin enjoyed live music, pumpkin pie in a cup and fresh apple cider. For some fest goers this was their first time enjoying the rejuvenated area of Sister Bay. For others, Fall Fest has become a tradition to escape big city living. Amber Carstens & Lisa Bowman live in Milwaukee and have come to Door County for Fall Fest for the last five years. They say the ability to get away from all the big city is what draws them to Sister Bay each year.
Sister Bay Fall Fest draws thousands of people each year and continues growing as the town continues to expand its footprint on the peninsula. Fall Fest wraps up on Sunday with the Adult Big Wheel race down Highway 42, more live music, screenings of the Packers game and the Arts & Crafts show.