Saturday, October 19,
The Glendale Crossing Festival began
in 1976 as the Glendale Community Festival, and was part
of the United States celebration of its' 200th birthday.
Byron Crawford was the Grand Marshall of our very first
parade. Since then, the festival has grown and changed a
bit, but still maintains its' country charm that everyone
has come to love.
The Glendale Crossing Festival
is always held on the 3rd Saturday in October and hosts
roughly 500 art, craft and food booths. We also have the
Crossing Festival Parade, featuring a huge assortment
of floats, cars, old tractors and everything else that makes
a parade special!
Saturday, October 19th 8:00 am until 5:00 pm
Festival Parade on Main Street: 10:00 am