The three to four day event featuring hot-air balloons, fireworks, vendors, carnival rides and refreshments has been a suburban summer staple since 1982. But the event has been canceled the past two years due to the pandemic, and the consequences have been permanent.

“Unfortunately with the cancellation of the large festival over the last two years due to Covid-19, the Eyes to the Skies Festival will be disbanding due to a lack of interest and support from community members and a decreasing number of available volunteers who are able to meet the time commitment of running the 3-4 day event,” reads the release.

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