Mt Laurel holds annual fall festival

Published 11:09 am Wednesday, November 22, 2023

By NOAH WORTHAM | Staff Writer

NORTH SHELBY – Local residents enjoyed the fall atmosphere as they shopped for arts and crafts during The Town of Mt Laurel’s annual fall festival.

The Mt Laurel Fall Festival took place this year on Saturday, Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the town’s center.

The festival serves as a biannual showcase for local artists and as a way to promote the community. The event boasted a variety of activities including a craft fair, inflatables, live music, food trucks, a farmers market and more. A kids zone was also present at Olmsted Park.

“It’s just such a wonderful time of year in The Town of Mt Laurel, it’s a beautiful landscape,” said Codie Thoma, office coordinator at the Mt Laurel Arc Realty Office. “It’s just got a really nice feel.”

The event featured a variety of local vendors and craftsmen for locals to discover.

“We do get a lovely collection of home items, we (have) young entrepreneurs breaking out in the business as well as seasoned veterans,” Thoma said. “We are very familiar with the arts and crafts scene in Birmingham.”

Residents were also able to enjoy live music throughout the event as they traveled about the festival.

This year’s edition of the fall festival symbolizes a special milestone as 2023 marks the 25th anniversary of the Town of Mt Laurel.

“Mt Laurel is a sustainable neighborhood that offers residents a relaxed pace of life,” reads the town’s website. “ It’s a place with a unique identity, formed by three core values: community, respect for nature and a commitment to the future.”

Those interested in more information on events at Mt Laurel may visit its website at