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Maize Fall Festival

Friday, September 30 - Saturday, October 1, 2022

Maize City Park | 401 S Khedive | Maize, Kansas



  • Angie Duntz
    Festival Coordinator

    p. 316.833.8385

    10100 W Grady Ave.
    P.O. Box 245
    Maize, KS 67101




Maize Fall Festival

We Want You!


Vendor Registration is now open for the 2022 Maize Fall Festival! Register your business, arts and crafts, groups, fundraisers , etc. for Saturday, Oct. 1! Food Trucks we have spots available Friday, Sept. 30 and Saturday Oct. 1!

The online payment system will be up soon. For now chose the invoice option. If you have questions, please email


Calling all businesses and organizations who want to connect with the community and help make the Maize Fall Festival a success!!! 2022 Sponsorships are now available! There are sponsorships for every budget! Contact with any questions!

Car Show

The 9th Annual Pride Ag Ace Hardware Children's Miracle Network Car Show will be held on Saturday, October 1st from 11 AM to 4 PM at the Maize Fall Festival.  Click here to learn more and to register.


The Fall Festival Parade will be held on Saturday morning (October 1) starting at 10:00 AM. Parade location and route will be determined by current construction and will be set closer to the date of the Parade.

Spectators may bring chairs or blankets to sit on and may line either side of the parade route, but are asked to stay along the curb line or far enough back to allow adequate room for the parade to travel.

Registration is required to participate in the Parade.

More Parade Information >>


More Information Coming Soon!




Organized in part by the City of Maize, Maize USD 266 Mavericks and Eagles Booster Clubs and the Maize Education Foundation with support from many fine sponsors.

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City of Maize
Through the integration of its population into every aspect of quality education, civic improvements, community appearance, commerce and recreation, Maize shall preserve its small town atmosphere and become the best small city in Kansas.

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