Join us for The Fall Festival


Friday, October 6:  10 am – 4 pm
Left Bank Bookstalls
Attic Treasures; costume and fine jewelry
Genealogical Consultations—by appointment 
with Jane Muir Sellery, Connecticut Professional Genealogists Council


Saturday, October 7:
8 am – 2:30  pm
Our Famous Blueberry Pancakes.


10 am – 4 pm
Left Bank Bookstalls
Attic Treasures; costume and fine jewelry 
Sunday, October 8
10:00 am “One Service for All & Blessing of Animals”
Coffee Hour and Fellowship follows


You are your pet(s) are invited to join us for worship, fellowship 
and special pet blessings! 
Can’t bring your pet to Church? Bring a picture! 
DOGS – please be on your leash

CATS and Other Critters – Hop in your carrier


Indulge in a hearty breakfast of freshly-made blueberry pancakes,then wander Main Street for attic treasures, global crafts, and previously-loved books and jewelry in the villages' churches.Admire the beautiful quilt show. Purchase delicious homemadebaked goods and learn how to make bread.Visit the many booths along the street and stop in the local shops for special sales.Enjoy hot dogs, Greek pastries, baked potatoes with toppings,chili and cornbread, mac 'n cheese, Central American specialties, and a lasagne dinner. Visit the historical exhibit and an Arabian horse farm.Don't miss the "Renovation Book Sale." Look for local artisans selling hand-made jewelry, textiles, and crafts.Listen to live music by the Salisbury Band, The Joint Chiefs and The Salisbury Drummers. Cast your vote in the Scarecrow Contest.Bring the kids! They'll enjoy magic shows, hay rides, games,face painting, pumpkin decorating, and crafts. On Sunday enjoy the annual pancake breakfast, attend the Chili Cook-Off,and end the weekend at the Beer-Fest up at the ski jumps with gorgeous views of the Litchfield Hills and Berkshire Mountains. We hope you'll also visit the two villages' intriguing stores, boutiques, galleries, and restaurants. Many will be offering sidewalk sales throughout the Festival!




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