Founders Day Street Fair returns to Templeton Oct. 28
Annual event to feature live music, historical demonstrations, and tons of fun for the entire family
The Templeton Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Founders Day Street Fair, a celebration of the town’s historical and agricultural roots, on Saturday, Oct, 28 from noon to 4 p.m. on Main Street in front of and surrounding the Historical Museum at 309 S. Main St. This year’s fair will include live music by The Incrementals on the main stage. Attendees will also enjoy performances by Main Street Dance and the Templeton High School Drama Department.
In addition to the live entertainment, the annual harvest celebration will feature food vendors, beer and wine, arts and craft booths, and non-profit organization bake sales. In addition, there will be a bounce house, a kids carnival, the Atascadero Elk’s Little Train, antique cars and farm equipment, plus a demonstration by the Estrella Warbirds Museum. The Templeton Historical Museum, plus the classic Depot building and the Tin Blacksmith’s Shop, will be open for tours, and every visitor will receive a free slice of pie or cake courtesy of the museum, while supplies last.
The event is free and will be held rain or shine. Vendor applications are now being accepted; downloaded from the Chamber website, under the Founders Day event, or call the office at (805) 434-1789 to request email application.
The Templeton Chamber of Commerce is an alliance of over 280 North County businesses and citizens that has advocated for the economic vitality of, and the quality of life in, the community of Templeton since 1902. For more information, including membership, see www.templetonchamber.com or call (805) 434-1789.