SILOAM SPRINGS (KFSM) -- Historic downtown Siloam Springs is where the Homegrown Festival showcased locally handmade goods, curated vintage, food trucks, children activities and live music Saturday (Oct. 8).
Pleasant weather helped in getting people out to the day-long event.
Dozens of vendors offered an array of original, one-of-a-kind, and limited-run items including illustration, printmaking, music, jewelry and accessories, handmade goods, salvaged and re-purposed goods, and hand-picked vintage.
The Farmers Market offered fresh produce and there were several places to stop and grab a bite to eat, such as Red Head Bread, The Bread Basket and Crafted Artisan Coffee, even Edmondson Farms Pumpkin Patch was on hand with plenty of their pumpkins ripe for picking.
Live music was provided by a variety of groups: Two Cents' Worth, Traci Rae Letellier, The Sons of Otis Malone and Route 358 to name a few.