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Sachse Fallfest cancelled

by | Oct 23, 2015 | Latest

Sachse Fallfest Canceled Due to Weather
Based on the current weather predictions and in the interest of public safety, the Sachse Chamber of Commerce has decided to cancel the Sachse Fallfest event set for this Saturday, October 24, 2015. It will not be rescheduled.
“The last thing the Chamber wants to do is risk the safety of our guests, vendors and volunteers, and based on the weather forecast we have decided to cancel now so people can adjust their plans,” said Tiry Williams, Chairman of the Chamber Board. “This was a difficult decision. Fallfest is our signature event and it will be back!”
Vendors can lock in their booth for next year’s Fallfest by simply applying their 2015 registration fees to next year’s event before the vendor prices increase. Those wishing to obtain a refund should contact the chamber at: [email protected].

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