Hutch Fest 2017

Businesses around the metro showcase goods.


Photo by Clara Pohlman

Children playing in dirt.. no worries, it's just mulch

Clara Pohlman, Social Media Editor

This past Saturday 21 October, vendors from across the metro gathered in the Mid-America Center to sell their goods and celebrate local shops. Hutch Fest, in the festival’s second year of existence, put forth a number of local businesses around Omaha that make their own goods and products. The event showcased the talent that local craftsman and brewers had to offer. The goal of the event was to “support local makers by being able to give back to the community.”

Hutch Fest was previously held at Turner Park in Midtown Crossing, but due to weather conditions, it was moved to the Mid America Center in Council Bluffs. The cost was $5 a person, and kids under 12 were free.


Clara Pohlman

Clara joined the Flightline in August of 2017. She is a senior this year, involved in speech, show choir, and theatre. Outside of school she loves working as a princess for children's birthday parties. You can email her at [email protected]