Fall Festival held in Quincy
The first day of fall doesn't mean you have to head indoors.
The Quincy Park District held their annual fall festival this morning.
It ran from 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. at upper Morman park.
There were games for the kids to play, cars to look at and the blessing hospital life flight was even there.
The park district says they hold this so everyone can come together one last time before winter sets in.
"Well in the past you get to this time of the year and there's not a whole lot as far as activities going on, and things to get everyone in the community together and so we decided to start this event and it started out as a vehicle show and has expanded over the years," Says Quincy Park Districts Adam Rapp.
KHQA'S own Josh Cozart came out to show off the storm runner as well.