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2018 Salisbury Fall Festival

Friday, October 5th

8th Annual Scarecrow Contest

9 am – 6 pm See the many scarecrows lining Main Street in both Salisbury and Lakeville. Then vote for your favorite in each of FOUR categories: Sculpture, Business/non-profit, Group/Family, and Kids (12 and younger). Ballots available at the Salisbury General Store & Pharmacy and the Green Cafe in Lakeville. To enter the contest, click HERE for the entry form.

Friends of Scoville Library 

9 am – 10 am Giant Book Sale – Early bird buying $10 per person. 

10 am – 4 pm Free admission to Giant Book Sale in the Wardell Room

Lakeville Interiors – 7 Holley Street, Lakeville

10 am – 4 pm Tent Sale: all toys 40% off and all showroom floor items 30% off.

Housatonic Valley Reg. HS (HVRHS) Robotics Team

10 am - 4 pm Bake sale and demonstration of student-built robots that compete in a Robotics Competition

Salisbury Association – 24 Main St.

10 am – 4 pm Visit the Historical Society’s exhibit “Over Here and There: Salisbury and Its People During the Great War.” It recalls the changes that came to Salisbury and what life was like during World War I, which ended 100 years ago.

Salisbury Visiting Nurse Association (SVNA)

10 am – 4 pm Giving away Delicious apples outside of the Salisbury General Store and Pharmacy.

St. John’s Episcopal Church

10 am – 4 pm Attic Treasures, fine and costume jewelry. Left Bank Bookstalls (outside)

Salisbury Congregational Church 

10 am – 4 pm Quilt Show (Church) Treasure Trove Tag Sale (Parish Hall) Country Kitchen featuring home-made bread, cookies, jams, granola, and fudge. (Parish Hall) Bread-baking demonstrations (Parish Hall) 

11 am – 2 pm Hot Dog Tent offers hot dogs, chili dogs, soda, cider, and more. (outside)

All Saints of America Orthodox Christian Church – at Salisbury Congregational Church

10 am – 4 pm Country Store featuring baked goods, preserves, Greek pastries and foods, cheese, local maple syrup and honey, olives, breads, pies, herbs, cookbooks, and more.

Local Honey from Peter Sadlon

10 am – 4 pm 100% pure local honey and bee pollen.

The Tremaine Art Gallery at The Hotchkiss School – Rte 112 in Lakeville

10 am – 4 pm “Forest, Field & Water: A History of the Hotchkiss Landscape”exhibit.

Johnnycake Books - between Country Bistro and LaBonne’s

10 am – 5 pm Half-price sale on all books $100 and less

The White Gallery – 342 Main Street, Lakeville 

Noon – 8 pm “The World Around Us” – art exhibit of works by landscape artist, David Dunlop.

Sharon Hamilton Designs – tent on Main Street

2 pm – 4 pm Zen-inspired original art including matted drawings, bookmarks, art-to-wear, and canvas tote bags. Signed originals. Alzheimer-friendly coloring books with pencils.

Interlaken Inn – Route 112, Lakeville, CT

5 pm – 9 pm Free fall appetizer with the purchase of a craft cocktail at Morgans at the Interlaken - Autumn Squash Toast with Whipped Feta and Sky Farm Arugula.

Saturday, October 6th

Housatonic Youth Service Bureau

8 am Register for Fall Fest 5K Race. Parking available. Entry Fee: Donations accepted for HYSB. 

9 am Race starts at the Salisbury Ski Jump and runs along the Rail Trail.

18th Annual Scarecrow Contest

9 am – 4 pm See the many scarecrows lining Main Street in both Salisbury and Lakeville. Then vote for your favorite in each of FOUR categories: Sculpture, Business/non-profit, Group/Family, and Kids (12 and younger). Ballots available at the Salisbury General Store & Pharmacy and the Green Cafe in Lakeville.

St. John’s Episcopal Church

10 am – 4 pm Attic Treasures, fine and costume jewelry. Left Bank Bookstalls (outside)

Salisbury Congregational Church

10 am – 4 pm Quilt Show (church) Treasure Trove tag sale (Parish Hall) Country Kitchen featuring home-made bread, cookies, jams, granola, and fudge. (Parish Hall) Bread-baking demonstration and tasting Children’s Street Fair with games, face painting, and popcorn (outside) 

11 am Bell Choir Open Rehearsal 11 am Free magic show with Peter James 

11 am – 3 pm Hot Dog Tent offers hot dogs, chili dogs, soda, cider, and more. (outside) 

Noon - 4 pm Hayrides (Library Street) 

2 pm Free magic show with Peter James 

All Saints of America Orthodox Christian Church – at Salisbury Congregational Church

10 am – 4 pm Country Store featuring baked goods, reserves, Greek pastries and foods, cheese, local maple syrup and honey, olives, breads, pies, herbs, cookbooks, and more.

Noble Horizons – Learning Center at Noble Horizons - 17 Cobble Road, Salisbury

10 am – 2 pm Energy Efficient Lighting Fair offers special prices on LED bulbs–12-packs and 8-packs, all-purpose bulbs, specialty bulbs, indoor flood lights, night lights, and advanced power strips. Bulbs available in warm white and cool white tones. Stop by and save!

Housatonic Valley Reg. HS (HVRHS) Robotics Team

10 am – 4 pm Bake sale and demonstration of student-built robots that compete in a Robotics Competition 

Friends of Scoville Library 

10 am - 4 pm Giant Book Sale in the Wardell Room. 

3 to 4 pm “Book Bag Sale”; $10 a bag.

Local Honey from Peter Sadlon

10 am – 4 pm 100% pure local honey and bee pollen 

Central School 8th Grade Class – table on Main Street in Salisbury

10 am – 4 pm Selling cider and donuts and taking orders for holiday wreaths to raise money for class trip to Washington, DC.

National Iron Bank – tent on Main Street in Salisbury

10 am – 4 pm Stop by for delicious popcorn, apple cider, and donuts – all funds will be donated to local organizations.

Lakeville Interiors – 7 Holley Street, Lakeville

10 am – 3 pm Free fall décor crafts activities for children and adults from 10-2:30. Create autumn garlands and wreaths using discontinued samples of our designer fabrics. Tent Sale: all toys 40% off and all showroom floor items 30% off.

The Tremaine Art Gallery at The Hotchkiss School – Route 112 in Lakeville

10 am – 4 pm “Forest, Field & Water: A History of the Hotchkiss Landscape” exhibit.

Johnnycake Books – between Country Bistro and LaBonne’s

10 am – 5 pm Half-price sale on all books $100 and less 

Salisbury Visiting Nurse Association (SVNA) 

10 am – 4 pm Giving away Delicious apples outside of the Salisbury General Store and Pharmacy

Salisbury General Store and Pharmacy 

10 am – 4 pm Sidewalk Sale and Scarecrow Contest Headquarters. Stop by to vote for your favorite scarecrows!

SOAR – on Scoville Memorial Library lawn

10 am – 3 pm Pop-Up Crafts Center featuring a variety of autumn crafts for kids and lots of pumpkins to decorate. Plus “Arty Pumpkins” – one-of-a-kind decorated pumpkins by a celebrated local children’s author and artist for sale with all proceeds benefiting SOAR, the Salisbury Central School Enrichment Program.

The Artisans – Tents in front of Chaiwalla, near the White Hart Inn

10 am – 4 pm Local artisans displaying their traditional and contemporary creations—jewelry, pottery, woodwork, leather goods, weaving, and much more. 

Salisbury Association – 24 Main St.

10 am – 4 pm Visit the Historical Society’s exhibit “Over Here and There: Salisbury and Its People During the Great War.” It recalls the changes that came to Salisbury and what life was like during World War I, which ended 100 years ago.

Woodland Harvest – booth on Main Street

10 am - 3 pm One-of-a-kind pumpkins accented with autumn decorations. Perfect for the mantel or a table centerpiece!

Indian Mountain School – on Main Street by Salisbury Wines

11 am - 4 pm Fall Sun Catchers! Volunteers from Indian Mountain School invite participants to make colorful sun catchers in the shape of autumn leaves. Perfect for hanging in your windows to enjoy throughout the season. Please join us!

Cub Scouts

10 am - 4 pm Pack 22 is selling ready-to-eat and ready-to-pop bags of popcorn. Learn about joining the Cub Scout Pack.

Housatonic Child Care Center – tent on Main Street

10 am – 4 pm Selling boxes of greeting cards as a fundraiser, along with tickets to a wine tasting event in October — visit housatonicchildcare.org for details.

Annie’s Fair Trade – tent on Main Street 

10 am – 4 pm Hand-poured and hand-painted candles from South Africa (Overberg Region). Certified Fair Trade (most of the artisans are women) and a portion of the proceeds goes to Save the Rhino. Great gifts and hostess presents!

Passports

10 am – 4 pm Sidewalk sale

Northwest Music Association – table on Main Street 

10 am – 4 pm Stop by and learn about the free Baroque concerts held every summer in Salisbury.

Lakeville Hose Company Ladies Auxiliary

11 am – 3 pm Food Tent on Main Street offering baked potatoes with toppings, chili and cornbread, macaroni and cheese, and water and soda.

Salisbury Band Senior Quickstep Hotshots – sponsored by the Salisbury Congregational Church

Noon – 1:30 Enjoy music on the Library lawn

The White Gallery – 342 Main Street, Lakeville

Noon – 8 pm “The World Around Us” – art exhibit of works by landscape artist, David Dunlop.

Salisbury Rotary Club – tent on Main Street in Salisbury

Noon – 4 pm Stop by and learn about the organization and its many service projects.

The Joint Chiefs – sponsored by Best & Cavallaro Real Estate

1:30 – 3:30 pm Live music on the lawn in front of Best & Cavallaro Real Estate

Sharon Hamilton Designs – tent on Main Street

2 pm – 4 pm Zen-inspired original art including matted drawings, bookmarks, art-to-wear, and canvas tote bags. Signed originals. Alzheimer-friendly coloring books with pencils.

The White Hart Inn

3:00 pm “Birds of Prey Program” from Audubon Sharon. See these majestic creatures live in person and learn the importance of protecting these animals in their natural habitats. Rain (inside) or shine (on lawn).

Lakeville Hose Company – 4 Brook Street, Lakeville

5 pm – 8 pm Prime Rib Dinner with mashed potatoes, vegetable, dinner roll, coffee, iced tea, or tea. To eat in or take out; for large orders call 860-435-9981 on Saturday.  $16 for adults, $14 for seniors, $8 for children 12 and under.

Interlaken Inn – Route 112, Lakeville, CT

5 pm – 9 pm Free fall appetizer with the purchase of a craft cocktail at Morgans at the Interlaken - Autumn Squash Toast with Whipped Feta and Sky Farm Arugula.

Twelve Moons Coffee House -- Clubhouse at Noble Horizons, 17 Cobble Road, Salisbury

7 pm – 10 pm Evening features live music by Mike Hertz. Open Mic performers form 7-8 pm. Coffee, tea, snacks, and social time with friends. Donations at door appreciated

The Salisbury Sinfonietta – at the Sharon Playhouse, 49 Amenia Rd., Sharon, CT

8:00 pm Special concert of Gilbert & Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance.” All seats $35.  Tickets available: 860.364.7469 ext 100 or online at www.sharonplayhouse.org or in person at the playhouse. One night only concert event! 

Sunday, October 7th

Salisbury Volunteer Ambulance Service – 8 Undermountain Road, Route 41, across from the White Hart Inn

7:30 am – 11:30 am Annual Pancake Breakfast which includes pancakes, pure local maple syrup, country sausages, eggs, orange juice, coffee, tea, hot cocoa, milk. $8 for adults; $6 for children (12 and younger).

18th Annual Scarecrow Contest and Awards 

8 am – noon See the many scarecrows lining Main Street in both Salisbury and Lakeville. Then vote for your favorite in each of FOUR categories: Sculpture, Business/non-profit, Group/Family, and Kids (12 and younger). Ballots available at the Salisbury General Store & Pharmacy and the Green Cafe in Lakeville.

Salisbury Association - 24 Main St.

10 am – 3 pm Visit the Historical Society’s exhibit “Over Here and There: Salisbury and Its People During the Great War.” It recalls the changes that came to Salisbury and what life was like during World War I, which ended 100 years ago.

The Artisans – Tents in front of Chaiwalla, near the White Hart Inn

10 am – 4 pm Local artisans displaying their traditional and contemporary creations—jewelry, pottery, woodwork, leather goods, weaving, and much more.

Woodland Harvest – booth on Main Street

10 am - 3 pm One-of-a-kind pumpkins accented with autumn decorations. Perfect for the mantel or a table centerpiece!

Sharon Hamilton Designs – tent on Main Street

10 am – 4 pm Zen-inspired original art including matted drawings, bookmarks, art-to-wear, and canvas tote bags. Signed originals. Alzheimer-friendly coloring books with pencils.

Lakeville Pet Parade – Community Field in Lakeville

11:30 Bring your pet—with or without costume. Pets must have legs (no fish or snakes) and must be leashed at all times. The parade will make a 3/10ths of a mile loop through Lakeville. Prizes and photos for everyone! Thanks to event sponsors: Petpourri, Salisbury Community Dog Park, Ultimate Dog Spa and Boutique, Black Rabbit, and TriState Chamber of Commerce. For more information: Jean 860.248.5585 or Mary 480.399.4998

Johnnycake Books – between Country Bistro and LaBonne’s

Noon - 4 pm Half-price sale on all books $100 and less

Salisbury Congregational Church

Noon – 3 pm Treasure Trove Tag Sale – ½ price (Parish Hall)

St. John’s Episcopal Church

11 am – 2 pm Left Bank Bookstalls (outside) 

The White Gallery – 342 Main Street, Lakeville

Noon – 4 pm “The World Around Us” – art exhibit of works by landscape artist, David Dunlop.

The Tremaine Art Gallery at The Hotchkiss School – Rte 112 in Lakeville

Noon – 4 pm “Forest, Field & Water: A History of the Hotchkiss Landscape” exhibit.

Salisbury Winter Sports Association (SWSA)

1 pm – 4 pm At the Ski Jumps - 9th Annual Brew-Ski Fest sponsored by Stateline Wine and Spirits. Sample over 150 beers and ciders from 38 breweries while listening to live music from the Steve Dunn Band. Brats, burgers, and dogs for sale by Sunday in the Country Food Drive. Tickets $30 in advance at Stateline Wine and Spirits in Canaan; call 860-824-7295; $35 at the door. Go to jumpfest.org or brewskifest.com for details.

Interlaken Inn – Route 112, Lakeville, CT

5 pm – 9 pm Free autumn appetizer with the purchase of a craft cocktail at Morgans at the Interlaken - Autumn Squash Toast with Whipped Feta and Sky Farm Arugula.