FISHERS, Ind. (WISH) – Hundreds of people packed Holland Park in Fishers Saturday afternoon for the 26th annual Fishers Freedom Festival.
The two-day festival has something for everyone to enjoy, including 30 food vendors, arts and crafts and games for kids. A 30-foot high zipline with a viral photo booth is a new feature at the festival this year.
While the kids have fun, this is also an opportunity for the adults to catch up with old friends.
“I’ve had scouts and parents that use to the troop, up to 10 years ago, guys that have graduated, gone off the college, even gotten married. They come back and visit, so we have a lot of alumni that actually come back,” John Ronbach, Scout Master, said.
“The is entirely put on by volunteers and everybody just really pitches in and just put on a really good two-day event,” Cheryl Harvey, of Fishers, said.
The Fishers Freedom Festival continues Sunday with a parade which starts at 4 p.m. at Lantern Road and 116th Street. The evening will also be capped off with fireworks.
WISH-TV is a proud sponsor of the Fishers Freedom Festival.