For the past 15 years, Fitchburg has been the hub for regional kite fliers to commemorate their version of the One Sky One World International Kite Fly for Peace.

You don’t have to wish that kids can live out their wildest dreams – you can walk for it.

The 11th annual Fitchburg Agora Art Fair was held Aug. 17, featuring over 100 artists, live music, children’s art yard, and live graffiti painting through Momentum Art Tech.

In addition to the seasonal pick-your-own raspberries and apples at Eplegaarden over Labor Day weekend, the farm hosted extra treats for charity.


The annual Fitchburg Technology Campus Back to School Block Party was held along Research Park Drive on Aug. 22. Families enjoyed bluegrass music by the Soggy Prairie band, a screening of Dr. Seuss’ “The Lorax,” a performance from James the Magician, tours of emergency vehicles, giant Jenga,…

The second annual PaulPalooza event was held Sunday, Aug. 25, at Hop Garden in Paoli. The event is a celebration of life for the late Paul Natzke, a Verona Area High School student athlete and Fitchburg resident, who was born with spina bifida died in 2017 after an unexpected accident.


Even though last year’s inaugural Paulpalooza was meant to celebrate the life of a Fitchburg teenager who died in 2017, there was still a little bit of sadness.


The second annual Fitchburg Festival of Speed was held on Saturday, July 13, at Agora. The event involved criterium races for cyclists, a 5K run, a fun run for kids, children’s entertainment and two live music performances as the day carried on.

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