Street Fair

The Historic Irvington Halloween Festival culminates on the final day of the festival with a street fair that includes over 120 vendors, live-music, children’s events and a costume parade.


Want to earn some cool freebies while helping support your neighborhood? Become a festival volunteer!


This is the one time of the year when it’s socially acceptable to look frightening and unapproachable.


Be a vendor at the Irvington Halloween Festival Street Fair!

Festival Events at Bookmamas

Saturday, Oct. 29, @ 1:30 pm

Nicole Kobrowski (Haunted Backwoods),
Wanda Lou Willis (Haunted Hoosier Trails) and
Wes Sturdevant & Kris May (The Legend of Sleepy & Hollow) will all be signing and discussing their respective books.
Kris May (illustrator of The Legend of Sleepy & Hollow) will be displaying some of his original drawings that day as well.
Live Music
Bluesman J.J. Stenzoski and accompanying violinist, Irina Povarova will perform their distinctive brand of Delta blues in Bookmamas’ Blues Cellar from 6-8 pm this evening.

Day of the Dead event: Sunday, Oct. 30,  2:00-5:00 pm

2 pm – Creating journal entries, altar additions and music
3 pm – A procession to the Gathering Area and refreshments
4 pm – A Dance with Death and a sharing of journal entries.

Current original artwork displayed for sale:

All paintings by Judy Jarrett (Gier)
Painted skulls, femur plaques & dance figures by Cassie King
Prints of Poe’s “The Raven” (framed & unframed)
Prints of “The Eyes of Irvington”/The Kile Oak (unframed)
“City Planning” (7 ft. skeleton drawing) and “Ticker” (drawing of a heart) by Joe Bieschke.

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