The Flagler County Chamber of Commerce held the event on Nov. 11 and 12.
A sudden downpour put a bit of a damper on the festivities at the 13th-annual Creekside Festival on Saturday, Nov. 11. Vendors scrambled to cover their products under tents as the sky opened without warning. But some guests stayed around to run through the puddles and enjoy the festivities, as the clouds cleared in a few minutes.
The festival, which was hosted by the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce, featured a kids' zone, pony rides, plenty of food options, a beer garden, live music and more.
Originally, the event was planned for Oct. 7 and 8, but Princess Place Preserve ended up being closed to the public until Nov. 11 due to flooding from Hurricane Irma.
For more, visit flaglerchamber.org/pages/creekside-festival.