With just over a month to go until the annual street festival, the West Side Nut Club unveils an all new website for the festivities.

As a native west-sider, I always look forward to the Fall Festival along Franklin Street, planning my culinary route through the use of their handy "Munchie Maps" each and every year. And while I have a few "must-haves" each year (corn dog / pronto pup, mozzarella cheese sticks from the Mater Dei Band Booth, and cherry-apple cider), I always make a point to try one new thing each year that I find on the map.

While this year's map isn't ready to be published just yet, fans of the Fall Festival will be able to download it from the Nut Club's new site. The redesign also features a countdown clock to day one of the annual event at the top of the screen, a built in Twitter feed on the right hand side of the screen that updates with activity from the Nut Club's account, along with information on the variety of activities that take place during the week such as the Pet and Lighthouse Parades, the King & Queen Contest, Special Kids Day, and more. There's also information on the history of the event and photos from previous years.

See it with your own eyes at NutClubFallFestival.com