Autumn Daze is underway in Branson this weekend.
The arts, crafts, and music festival has been going on for 45 years as vendors from throughout the region set up shop in Historic Downtown Branson to sell everything from homemade soaps to signs to festive fall decor.
Many of the merchants in the area also have sidewalk sales during the three-day event.
People who came out for the festival say there's something for everyone.
"It's something a little bit different to come out to instead of just the regular shops. It lets people come out with their own goods, too. So, that's good." Janice Dickerson said.
"And it's a great place to get unusual gifts for Christmas instead of just the ordinary things that everybody sees," Angie Labbee said.
There's also live music on the stage throughout the event plus plenty of tasty food. You'll find all the action behind Dick's Five and Ten, just look for the big tent.
The free event continues from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.