Raine Athan, 4, enjoys the petting zoo offered at the festival.8-year-old Taylor Correa soars through the festival on a zipline.Reggae group Zion Lion ensure their instruments are in tune prior to their festival performance.Eithyn Benevides, 7, shows off his rock climbing skills on the rock wall, a new addition to this year’s festival.
11-year-old Taylor Kenyon of Ada is flung from the mechanical bull.Francis Garcia, 9, eats some of the festival's food offerings in John Church's Model A Roadster.A large flag was hung across Main Street in preparation for the parade.Crowds lined up for the festival's many food trucks.The event featured the traditional classic car show. Here, cars are shown lining Main Street.

Thousands migrate to 2014 Goose Festival

The 30th annual Goose Festival took over downtown Fennville Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 11-12.

The festival offered food and activities for all ages with several food vendors, a classic car show, zipline, petting zoo, musical entertainment, craft show and more.

Festival director Sandy Busscher said they had worked to ensure the festival offered something for everyone who attended.


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