Annual Labor Day Round Up
It’s back! After being cancelled in 2020, modified in 2021, the Franklin Community Association is excited to announce the full return of the FCA Labor Day Round Up in 2022.
The 77th FCA Labor Day Round Up runs from 10-3pm in downtown Franklin and will feature a parade at noon, giant inflatables, a petting farm, magic show, jugglers, interactive circus, midway games, great food by Leo’s Coney Island of West Bloomfield, classic car display, tasty treats, and dog rescue.
Art in the Village, a fine art fair, will run from 10-5pm on Labor Day and features works in glass, fiber, furniture, jewelry, photography, and more. Live musical performances throughout the day.
The Franklin Community Association’s annual Labor Day Round Up has been providing the village of Franklin a parade, midway games, entertainment, art, food, and fun for 77 years.
Parade at Noon
Parade takes place on Franklin Road, starting at Evelyn Court .
- Pony rides
- Petting Farm
- Midway games with prizes
- Climbing wall
- Giant inflatable obstacle courses
- Face painter – Carol Diehl
- 1950s-themed activities by the Franklin Historical Society
- Big Don’s balloon creations
Food + Treats
- Leo’s Coney Island of West Bloomfield on Orchard Lake
- Roasted corn
- Moxy Eats salami chips
- Fluff Detroit cotton candy
- Roasted nuts
- Sandy Candy
- Kona Ice truck
Entertainment + Vendors
- Cirque Amongus – interactive circus
- Magician at 1:45
- Bowling ball juggler
- Clowns on stilts
- Silent auction for FCA to help maintain the grounds and events
- Bonzai tree display
- Garden Club plants
- Dog Rescue
100 Volunteers Needed
To make this year’s event a success, we need over 100 volunteers! Adults, middle, and high school students are welcome.
A reminder that volunteering at the Round Up can be counted toward any high school student’s volunteer hours. What a FUN way to give back to the community! Thank you to the boy scouts for volunteering annually.
Questions? Email Bruce at email@example.com.
Saturday, September 3rd set-up:
Monday, September 5th shifts: