St. John's Episcopal Church 8 am – 2 pm Famous blueberry pancakes (gluten-free avail- able also) with sausage, orange juice, and freshly-brewed coffee. 10 am – 4 pm Attic Treasures, costume and fine jewelry, home- made muffins and cider. Left Bank Bookstalls (outside) 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 Tail. Salisbury Congregational Church 10 am – 4 pm Quilt Show (church) Treasure Trove tag sale  (Parish Hall)                           Country Kitchen featuring jams, granola, and other goodies Bread-baking demonstration and tasting Fresh apple crisp to eat in or take out Children's Street Fair with games, face painting, and popcorn (outside) 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, preserves, cheese, local honey, olives, Greek pastries and foods, pies, cookbooks, flowers, herbs, and more. Housatonic Valley Reg. HS (HVRHS) Robotics Team 10 am - 4 pm Bake sale and demonstration of student-built robots that compete in the SECOND Robotics Competition 16th 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 three categories:  Business, Group/Family, and  Kids. Ballots available at the Salisbury General Store & Pharmacy and the Boathouse Restaurant in Lakeville.  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. Local Honey from Peter Sadlon 10 am – 4 pm  100% pure local honey and bee pollen Montgomery Lodge #13  41 Sharon Road, Lakeville 10 am – 4 pm Open House with refreshments.                          Stop by to learn about the Connecticut CHIP program, a comprehensive child identification program designed to give families a measure of protection against the increasing problem of missing children.  Sponsored by the Connecticut Freemasons Foundation.                          Cooking lobsters for the 8th grade class trip fundraiser  (see below). 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.  Also taking orders until October 2 for lobsters, available for pick-up on Saturday at the               Montgomery Lodge in Lakeville.  Cost is $16 for a cooked or live lobster.  To place an order:  scslobstersale@gmail.com or 860-435-9906 and leave name, phone number, and quantity of lobsters. National Iron Bank – tent on Main Street in Salisbury 10 am – 4 pm  Stop by for delicious popcorn and cider – 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 Corner Food Pantry   10 am - 3 pm Stop by to talk to us about volunteering, or drop off a food donation, or ask us about signing-up for our food distributions if you or your family needs help. The Tremaine Art Gallery at The Hotchkiss School – Route 112 in Lakeville 10 am – 4 pm   “Photographs by Robert F. Haiko, Sandra C. Haiko, Fred Cray '75” – a selection of works utilizing innovative imaging and printing techniques. Johnnycake Books - between Country Bistro and LaBonne's 10 am – 5 pm Half-price sale on all books $100 and less Johnnycake Books II – next to Thornhill Florist in Salisbury Square 10 am - 5 pm INVENTORY CLOSEOUT; All books at least 75% off 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 New Ownership Event and Sidewalk Sale 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” -- a selection of decorated pumpkins by local artists 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.  Lakeville United Methodist Church 10 am – 4 pm Bake Sale Tent on Main Street in Salisbury Salisbury Association - 24 Main St. 10 am – 4 pm An exhibit, “Go Native,” illustrates how using native plants and eliminating invasives brings healthy biodiversity to your backyard. SportingACause  – table on Main Street in Salisbury 10 am – 4 pm   Visit our table to learn about SportingACause.com which promotes sports- related fundraisers, highlighting local charities and sponsoring businesses, all in a format that informs, engages, and entertains.  Sign up for free sweepstake prizes and enjoy homemade biscotti and candy. Indian Mountain School --on Main Street by Salisbury Wines 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.  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. CT Master Composter – on Main Street in Salisbury 11 am – 2 pm   Learn about composting and reducing the amount of solid waste sent to the     incinerators and landfills.  Almost 25% of a typical household's waste can be recycled   in our own backyards. 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. LaBonne's – 22 Academy Street 11 am – 3 pm  “Fall Festival Tastings” – Free tastings of delicious offerings from vendors located around the store.  Live music.  Plus “Super Hot Sale Prices.”  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   Art exhibit “The Electric City” by 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 White Hart Inn – on the lawn or porch 2:00 – 3:30   Pumpkin Party – free pumpkins for children to decorate with markers. White Hart Inn and Tri-State Chamber of Commerce –at the White Hart Inn 3:30 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   Q Farms Chicken Pot Pie Special at Morgan's Restaurant at Interlaken. Twelve Moons Coffee House -- St. John's Church (Back Door Entrance), 12 Main Street, Salisbury 7 pm - 10 pm  Evening features live music by Anthony Troy, a solo finger style guitarist, poetry reading, coffee, tea, snacks, and social time with friends.  "Open Mic" from 7-8 pm.     Donations at the door keep the music playing.
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17th 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 three categories:  Business, Group/Family, and  Kids. Ballots available at the Salisbury General Store & Pharmacy and the Boathouse Restaurant in Lakeville.  To enter the contest, click HERE for the entry form. Friends of Scoville Library 9 am – 4 pm   Giant Book Sale in the Wardell Room.  Early buyers fee of  $10 to shop from 9 to 10 am only.  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 the FIRST Robotics Competition Salisbury Association - 24 Main St.  10 am – 4 pm An exhibit, “Go Native,” illustrates how using native plants and eliminating invasives brings healthy biodiversity to your backyard. 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, costume and fine jewelry, home- made muffins and cider. Left Bank Bookstalls (outside) Salisbury Congregational Church 10 am – 4 pm Quilt Show (Church)   Treasure Trove Tag Sale (Parish Hall) Fresh apple crisp to eat in or take out Country Kitchen featuring home-made baked goods (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, cheese, local honey, olives, Greek pastries and foods, pies, cookbooks, flowers, herbs, 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   “Photographs by Robert F. Haiko, Sandra C. Haiko, Fred Cray '75” – a selection of works utilizing innovative imaging and printing techniques.  SportingACause  –table on Main Street in Salisbury 10 am – 4 pm  Visit our table to learn about SportingACause.com  which promotes sports-related fundraisers, highlighting local charities and sponsoring businesses, all in a format that informs, engages, and entertains.  Sign up for free sweepstake prizes and enjoy homemade biscotti and candy. Johnnycake Books - between Country Bistro and LaBonne's 10 am – 5 pm Half-price sale on all books $100 and less Johnnycake Books II – next to Thornhill Florist in Salisbury Square 10 am - 5 pm   INVENTORY CLOSEOUT: all books at least 75% off The White Gallery – 342 Main Street, Lakeville Noon – 8 pm   Art exhibit “The Electric City” by David Dunlop. Interlaken Inn – Route 112, Lakeville, CT 5 pm – 9 pm   Q Farms Chicken Pot Pie Special at Morgan's Restaurant at Interlaken.
Friday, October 6th
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2017 Fall Festival Activities something for all ages
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). 16h 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 three categories:  Business, Group/Family, and  Kids. Ballots available at the Salisbury General Store & Pharmacy and the Boathouse Restaurant in Lakeville. 2 pm Cash awards announced for the top three winners in each of the three categories:  Business, Group/Family, and Kids Salisbury Association - 24 Main St. 10 am – 3 pm An exhibit, “Go Native,” illustrates how using native plants and eliminating invasives brings healthy biodiversity to your backyard. 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. Johnnycake Books - between Country Bistro and LaBonne's Noon - 4 pm Half-price sale on all books $100 and less Johnnycake Books II – next to Thornhill Florist in Salisbury Square Noon- 4 pm  INVENTORY CLOSEOUT All books at least 75% off Salisbury Congregational Church Noon – 3 pm Treasure Trove Tag Sale – ½ price (Parish Hall) Local Honey from Peter Sadlon Noon – 4 pm  100% pure local honey and bee pollen St. John's Episcopal Church 11 am – 3 pm Left Bank Bookstalls (outside) The White Gallery – 342 Main Street, Lakeville Noon – 4 pm   Art exhibit “The Electric City” by David Dunlop. The Tremaine Art Gallery at The Hotchkiss School – Rte 112 in Lakeville Noon – 4 pm   “Photographs by Robert F. Haiko, Sandra C. Haiko, Fred Cray '75” – a selection of works utilizing innovative imaging and printing techniques. Salisbury Winter Sports Association (SWSA) 1 pm – 4 pm At the Ski Jumps - the 8th 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 Chris Mollo. 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.
Sunday, October 8th
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