Wilmington’s Browntown community holds second Fall Festival this weekend

The Browntown neighborhood of Wilmington welcomes the community to its second Fall Festival this Saturday.

The main purpose of the event is to share information about resources and services available in the community during tough economic times.   Visitors can learn more about employment opportunities with some local businesses.  The Henrietta Johnson Medical Center, Girls Inc., Public Allies, the consumer fraud division of the Delaware Attorney General’s office, and other agencies will be represented.  Health screenings are also being offered.  Kids will also be able to enjoy a moon-bounce and face-painting.  Hot dogs will be for sale as well.  The Browntown Fall Festival is being held Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at Eddie Michael Park, Wright Street and Stroud Street, Wilmington.

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