With seasonal temperatures starting to kick in, one of the large fall festivals in the state begins Friday afternoon.
Junkstock, now on its 17th show, will offer food, shopping and even hot air balloons this year.
"We have not only junk and antiques and vintage stuff but activities for everyone like hot air balloons this time, live music and 35 food trucks so you can't really beat it," the event's PR director Danielle Schelgelmilch said. "We love bringing everyone in town to celebrate all things and rusty and dusty."
Schelgelmilch also said it was humbling to see people come from all over the country and celebrate milestones in their lives at Junkstock.