“A Taste of Bryn Mawr” was again the highlight of the festival, according to organizers. There was diverse array of restaurants and merchants offering Bryn Mawr’s finest and most popular foods.

There was also an "eclectic combination" of music, history tours, fire truck rides, circus performances, a live petting zoo and pony rides. Live performances include music from the Willson Vocal Academy, Wolf Performing Arts Center, Bluebird, Blues Uprising, Agnes Irwin School Chorus,the Shipley Singers and the Baldwin B-Flats.

The “Give and Take Little Circus” had two performances, featuring clowns, jugglers and aerial aerobic acts. Throughout the day, kids will enjoy face painting and balloon artists.

There were fire truck rides and free history bus tours. The 45-minute tours will be starting and returning from the Farmers Market parking lot, leaving on the hour at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., noon and 1 p.m. “This has truly become a signature event not just for Bryn Mawr, but for the entire Main Line,” said Lower Merion Township Commissioner Scott Zelov.

“Each year it becomes not just bigger, but better. And there’s no better way to welcome everyone back to town after summer and after the Labor Day weekend.”