Ron Ciancutti, Purchasing Manager for the Cleveland Metroparks delivered the keynote address, "The Importance Of Becoming Yourself."
Ventrac employees chat with attendees at their outdoor booth.
"An Outstanding/Informative and Fun Event," says Matthew Hott, Superintendent of Parks, Frederick County Parks and Recreation.
The Civilian Marksmanship Program allowed attendees to test their aim and accuracy at target practice.
American Muscle Docks showed off their product line with blue skies and the sun shining above.
The American Camp Association was among the organizations that assisted in promoting the Fall Festival. OPRA, NACPRO, ASLA, and 4H also assisted.
Cornilleau challenged attendees to participate in a Ping Pong tournament.
Bill Olczak of Mystic Mountain Training Center in Pennsylvania won the Murbles tournament.
Attendees milled about between sessions, trying interactive exhibits and visiting indoor booths.
ForeverLawn brought samples to share with festival attendees.
A single-elimination tournament brought attendees out into the sunshine to try to win a GoPro camera.
Similar to bocce ball, the Murbles tournament challenged attendees to put their best foot forward.
Norwalk Concrete invited everyone to climb aboard and get in on the game.
Toro mowers criss-crossed the open field adjacent to the Shisler Center where the Fall Festival was held.
Thanks to our attendees, exhibitors, presenters and our hosts at the Shisler Center in Wooster, Ohio! We look forward to seeing all of you at the next festival on September 29, 2016!