The inaugural Summer’s End Festival, held Sept. 14, welcomed friends and neighbors for family fun and food vendors on Olin Plaza, and a movie in the Floy Lewis Bakes Field House. Music was provided by the Perkiomen Players accompanied by dean of the college, Mark Schneider, on banjo. A community marketplace featured local businesses with food, games and giveaways. Families enjoyed a sidewalk chalk art contest sponsored by the Collegeville Economic Development Corporation and a scavenger hunt by the Berman Museum of Art. Attendees capped off the night by viewing Monsters University and the Ursinus Fringe Festival.