The event had different games, vendors and food trucks from around the area.
The day started with a 5K run, while kids could also go to a petting zoo and dance to music.
The event also featured a food sculpture competition made by local businesses.
“It all goes to work on some of the biggest issues we have in this community," said Mary Ellen Marnholtz, the Community Fest chair.
People were able to vote on those sculptures by bringing in their own items and buying raffles.
All of the food donated will go to the Marathon County Hunger Coalition.