Hutton Valley’s 2nd Annual Fall Festival: Scheduled For Fun

Hutton Valley 2nd Annual Fall Festival

Hutton Valley 2nd Annual Fall Festival

Tired of being indoors? Why not spend an afternoon at a festival. The Hutton Valley Neighborhood Watch (HVNW) is holding Hutton Valley’s 2nd Annual Fall Festival just for you! It is free to attend.


There will be many activities to partake in while you are visiting. Some of them are raffles, food trucks, craft vendors, and games for children, face painting, pumpkin painting, and a historic hayride with storytelling by a local historian.


There will be two gun raffles during the festival. The winners will be selected at 4:00 pm. The two prizes are a 12-gauge shotgun and an AR-15. The proceeds will go to benefiting the HVNW and local Christian Schools respectively.

Local History

Later in the day, there will be a historic hayride accommodated by storytelling from a local historian.


Vendors will be at the festival to sell their goods. If any vendor wants more information you can contact!

Much Much More…

And there will be much more, from games for children to music which starts at 6:00 pm.

When to Plan and Where to Go?

The festival will be held on September 26, 2020, starting at noon and going until eight in the evening. It will be held at Hutton Valley School which is located in Hutton Valley, MO.

About the Sponsors

The Hutton Valley Neighborhood Watch was originally built in the 1930s by the WPA under the New Deal. The Hutton Valley Schoolhouse provided education to neighborhood families until the final graduating class of 1962. Made up of former students, descendants of students, and members of the community, the Hutton Valley Neighborhood Watch began in 1982. Eventually, the building was purchased and renovated, and the group began meeting in the restored Hutton Valley Schoolhouse in 2003. For more information, visit the Hutton Valley Neighborhood Watch on Facebook or email

Neighborhood Christian Schools (NCS) opened in August 2020 with kindergarten through fifth grade classes with a one-room-schoolhouse model. The goal of NCS is to provide education to area students that are classical, Christian, and affordable. Tuition is determined on a sliding scale, and sponsorships make up the difference. Visit or mail a donation to NCS PO Box 497, Willow Springs, MO 65793. For more information, call or text (417)855-0150.

For more information about the festival, you can email

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