Greenville-based Forgotten Cats of Delaware will be featured pet charity

Woodside Farm and Creamery is hosting its 12th annual Art and Craft Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept. 30.

Started as a way for the Mitchell family to display and sell their own handmade crafts, it expanded over the years to become an annual family-friendly fall activity.

It routinely attracts dozens of area vendors, artisans and craftspeople from throughout the region, with a variety of goods available.

In keeping with the tradition of featuring a local pet charity, this year Greenville's Forgotten Cats of Delaware will be on hand with an information table on their nonprofit rescue .

AutumnLeaf Fundraisers will be joining Forgotten Cats with a table of handmade and donated items for sale, with all proceeds going to help Forgotten Cats.

Since its start in 2010, AutumnLeaf has raised over $50,000 for Forgotten Cats.

The craft fair also features scarecrow stuffing, face painting, and pumpkin painting. Visitors can also sample Woodside’s newest flavors of ice cream.

For more information on Woodside, visit woodsidefarmcreamery.com.