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2022 Salisbury Fall Festival

October 7-9

Ongoing

20th Annual Scarecrow Exhibit

9 am – 6 pm Enjoy the scarecrows along Main Street of Salisbury and Lakeville.

All Saints of America Orthodox Christian Church

at Salisbury Congregational Church
Friday & Saturday

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.

Johnnycake Books

Next to LaBonne’s

10 am – 4 pm Half-price sale on all books $100 and less.

Local Honey from Peter Sadlon

Saturday & Sunday

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

Salisbury Artisans Group

Tents in front of the White Hart Inn

Saturday & Sunday

10 am – 4 pm Local artisans displaying their traditional and contemporary creations—jewelry, pottery, fiber arts, wreaths, woven goods, fine art, organic skin care, woodwork, ceramics, gourmet food, and much more.

Salisbury Association

24 Main Street

10 am – 4 pm Fri. & Sat., 10 am - 3 pm Sun. Visit the Land Trust’s exhibit “Come Into the Forest.” Learn about the importance of forests—from the air we breathe, to clean drinking water, to the diversity of life. Forests matter much more than we may realize.

Salisbury Congregational Church

Friday & Saturday

10 am – 4 pm Quilt Show (church); Treasure Trove Tag Sale (Parish Hall)

St. John’s Episcopal Church

Friday & Saturday

10 am – 4 pm Baked goods and coffee. Left Bank Bookstalls (outside)

Hot Dog Tent

outside Congregational Church
Friday & Saturday

11 am – 2 pm Offers hot dogs, chili dogs, soda, cider, water and more.

Interlaken Inn

Route 112, Lakeville, CT

5 pm – 9 pm Complimentary appetizer with the purchase of an entree at Morgans at the Interlaken.

 

Friday, October 7th

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.

 

Saturday, October 8th

Children’s Street Fair

along Library Street

10 am – 4 pm Salisbury Central School 8th Grade offers games, face painting, and popcorn.

Danny Sings – The Buttons Garden beside the Library

10 am Children will enjoy a musical romp with improvised songs and a cannon of loved music.

Free Magic Shows with Peter James

along Library Street

11 am – 2 pm Sponsored by Salisbury Congregational Church.

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.

Noble Horizons

tent on Main Street

10 am – 4 pm Come and decorate dog-edible biscuits for your favorite pet!

Friends of Scoville Library

10 am - 4 pm Giant Book Sale in the Wardell Room. “Book Bag Sale” from 3 to 4 pm; $10 a bag.

National Iron Bank

tent by Library

10 am – 4 pm Stop by for refreshments and information about the special presentation by Martha Graham dancers in the Buttons Garden beside the Library at 3 pm.

SOAR

on Library lawn

10 am – 3 pm Pop-Up Crafts featuring a variety of autumn crafts and hands-on activities for kids of all ages. Plus lots of pumpkins to decorate and henna by Nicky and SOAR students from the Salisbury Central School Enrichment Program

Indian Mountain School

on Main Street

10 am - 3 pm Slimetastic! Volunteers from Indian Mountain School invite participants to make slime. A selection of fun additives that sparkle and spook will ratchet up the fun.

Salisbury Volunteer Ambulance Service

8 Undermountain Road, across from the White Hart Inn

11 am – 4 pm SVAS Open House! Everyone is invited to stop by and see the vehicles and equipment and speak with members to learn about joining the squad. Enjoy cider and donuts. Games for kids!

Lakeville Hose Company Ladies Auxiliary

on Main Street

11 am – 3 pm Food Tent offering comfort food – chili and cornbread, mac and cheese, baked potatoes with toppings, soda, and water.

Salisbury Band Quickstep Hotshots

Bandstand on Library lawn

Noon – 1:30 Enjoy live music; sponsored by the Salisbury Congregational Church.

Salisbury Community Dog Park

on Main Street

10 am – 4 pm Stop by and learn about our Community Dog Park.

Housatonic Child Care Center

tent on Main Street

10 am – 4 pm Information about our organization and games for the kids!

Annie’s Fair Trade

on Main Street

10 am – 4 pm Hand-poured and hand-painted candles from South Africa. 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!

Salisbury Rotary

on Main Street

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

Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS) Robotics Team

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

Martha Graham Dances

Buttons Garden outside the Library

3 pm National Iron Bank presents two iconic Martha Graham dances, Lamentation and Satyric Festival Song, performed by Graham 2. Afterwards, Graham dancers will teach children, of all ages, how to express themselves through movement in their own tube of fabric. “Graham” crackers and apple cider will be served.

Salisbury Affordable Housing Commission

on Main Street

10 am – 4 pm SAHS will have information on the affordable housing organizations in Salisbury, as well as details on their community events. Stop by for answers to all of your housing questions!

Housatonic Youth Service Bureau

on Main Street

10 am – 4 pm Learn about HYSB and have fun playing some yard games!

Salisbury Bank

10 am – 4 pm Stop by our booth for donuts, apple cider and other goodies!

Cub Scouts

on Main Street

10 am - 2 pm Pack 22 is handing out lollipops. Learn about Scouting and our upcoming events.

 

Sunday, October 9th

Salisbury Congregational Church

Noon – 3 pm Treasure Trove Tag Sale – Half-price sale on everything! (Parish Hall)

St. John’s Episcopal Church

11 am – 2 pm Left Bank Bookstalls (outside)

Musical Performance by the Joint Chiefs

on the White Hart lawn

1 pm – 3 pm Enjoy live music by the popular Joint Chiefs!

Salisbury Winter Sports Association

at the Ski Jumps

1 pm – 4 pm 13th Annual Brew-Ski Fest sponsored by Stateline Wine and Spirits. Sample over 150 beers and ciders from 40 breweries while listening to live music by “The Steve Dunn Band.” Brats, burgers, and dogs for sale by Sunday in the Country Food Drive. Tickets are $30 at Stateline Wine and Spirits in North Canaan; call 870-824-7295 or online at jumpfest.org or brewskifest.com. Tickets are $35 at the gate.

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