Falling Leaf Fest Returns to Eagleview Town Center
Exton, PA— September 24, 2019 — Eagleview Town Center’s popular event is back! Join a multitude of performing groups and crafters Sunday, October 6th for Falling Leaf Fest. The event is a day full of games, food, entertainment, and fun. Eagleview Town Center has also teamed up with Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Foundation.
Regina Evans, co-founder of Cure4Cam, discusses the mission of their foundation, “We founded Cure4Cam to help with funding for childhood cancer research. When our son, Cameron, was being treated, we saw multiple adverse effects of current treatment on him and other patients. Although he did have a very aggressive form of leukemia, damage to his organs from the current therapies contributed to his ultimate passing. Cure4Cam’s mission is to help fund more targeted therapies which affect the cancer but not other cells in the body.” She also reflects on the history of this race, explaining, “Pedal4Cam, now in its 5th year, was started by a supporter who is an avid cyclist in order to reach out to a different group of people who were looking to support our charity in something other than a running race. Last year we added a 2 mile charity walk to again try to broaden the event.” The Ride ‘n’ Stride kicks off the event and check-in begins at 7:30AM.
After the Ride ‘n’ Stride, performances start promptly at 11:00AM. Over 45 crafters and performing groups will be in attendance. Restaurant Row, home to Al Pastor, Brickside, Bluefin Eagleview, Suburban Restaurant and Beer Garden, and Brightspot Café, will also be open. To learn more about this event, go to the Falling Leaf Fest and Pedal4Cam event pages on Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For information on all things Eagleview Town Center, please visit eagleviewtowncenter.com. Admission to this event is free and a donation to the Chester County Food Bank is encouraged.