Morgan County is still, in many ways, farm country. In farm country, the end of summer means harvest time, and what do you do after the harvest? You celebrate! Maybe that's why we have so many great family-friendly fall festivals and events in September and October. Here's a quick run-down of some of our favorite fun festivals and events happening in Morgan County this season. (Be sure to watch for future posts with more details about events as they get closer.)

     Martinsville Chalk Art Contest


Morgan County Farmers Market
Tuesdays from 3-6 pm at the Friends Church in Mooresville
Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm on the courthouse square in Martinsville

92nd Annual Paragon Homecoming Festival
Labor Day Weekend - Sept. 2-4
Union Street in Paragon

Monrovia Festival
September 9-11
Downtown Monrovia

Willowfield Summer Concert: Greg & Kriss
September 10
Gates open 4 pm; Music 6-9 pm

St. Thomas More Applefest & Hog Roast
September 16-17
St. Thomas More Catholic Church, Mooresville

Colonel Vawter Day
September 17
Downtown Morgantown

Eminence Harvest Festival
September 17
Eminence Schools & Fire Barn

Fall Harvest Celebration
September 17
Hunter's Honey Farm, Martinsville

Homespun Bazaar
September 17
Artesian Bowl, Martinsville

Bicentennial Torch Relay
September 23
Stops in Mooresville & Martinsville

Chili Cookoff & Chalk Art Contest
September 24
Courthouse Square, Martinsville

Grand Opening Celebration
September 24-25
Old Town Park at Waverly

Apple Festival & Craft Fair
September 24-25
Anderson Orchard, Mooresville

Downtown Drop In
September 24 - October 1
Downtown Martinsville

     Hayride to Corn Maze


Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch
October 1-29
Greendell Landscape Solutions

October Fest (Kid-Friendly)
October 1-2
Anderson Orchard, Mooresville

Farmers Day
October 6
Morgan County Fairgrounds, Martinsville

Fall Foliage Festival
October 6-9
Downtown Martinsville

Pumpkins in the Park
October 22
Jimmy Nash City Park, Martinsville

Halloween Hike
October 31
Pioneer Park, Mooresville

Mark your calendars and make your plans now, to spend a day (or two) in the beautiful Morgan County countryside this fall! Watch our calendar of events for even more upcoming things to do and be sure to keep an eye on our blog for updates on fall color, when the time arrives.