The Wilmore Arts and Crafts Festival will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, and as always, it will include exhibits, live music, food and games for children.
"It has become a real quality event in the last few years, and it's a good way to celebrate the fall season," said Mayor Harold Rainwater.
He said that unlike the Fourth of July and Christmas events, the fall festival gives college students an opportunity to participate.
"In the summer and around Christmas time, most of them are gone," he said.
The festival, which is in its eighth year, usually draws close to 2,000 people.
"It's been always really well-attended," Rainwater said.
Freida Lear, chairwoman of the event, said the festival is designed so that there is "something for everybody."
"This is a small-town festival, and we wanted everybody to be included," she said.
"We'll have a juried arts and crafts show, we'll have activities for children, and we'll have live music," Lear said.