LHiNC Fall Festival 2021
Come Celebrate Community on September 18
The Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC) is excited to announce that it will host a community celebration at Linden Hills Park on Saturday, September 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The all-day festival will be slightly smaller than our traditional spring festival, which was cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19 concerns, but will maintain its spirit of fun and community.
You can expect live music, amazing food, a beer garden and fun, COVID-safe activities for kids. This smaller celebration will not include some traditional festival favorites, like the bike parade, the silent auction and the art fair and marketplace.
LHiNC looks forward to celebrating community with our neighbors once again!
Want to get involved?
Sign up for a volunteer shift
This is a great and fun way to give back to your neighborhood. Youth groups/teams, faith communities, families or individuals are encouraged to sign up. Shifts are two-hours long. Volunteer areas include: set-up, teardown, food service, beer tent and zero waste. Sign up for a shift today.
Become a Festival sponsor
Sponsors enjoy benefits including logos on festival signage and posters, online acknowledgement and social media shout-outs, a vendor table, and more. Read more about Sponsor Opportunities. Contact LHiNC Board Members Judy Hornbacher and Linda Picone at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to sign up for a sponsorship.
Become an Individual Sponsor
LHiNC has a new Individual Sponsor Level ($50) for neighbors to show their support of the event and the neighborhood. Individual sponsors will be acknowledged on our website and at the event. Become an Individual Sponsor today.
The Linden Hills Festival is organized by the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC), a non-governmental, non-profit organization that serves the Linden Hills community. Funds raised through the festival are invested in building community through neighborhood events, as well as print and online communications; protecting the local environment through projects like a solar garden, tree planting, local park beautification, and education; and supporting neighborhood arts and education through the council’s grants program that has funded college scholarships, tutoring programs, school and community music and theater programs and more.