Methodist church’s Fallfare to be held tomorrow

September 30, 2011 • Brown County Life, Events, News

Nashville United Methodist Church is located near the intersection of West Main and South Jefferson Streets in Nashville. (Photo by Rodney A. MargisoN)

Nashville United Methodist Church’s 39th annual Fallfare will be held Saturday, October 1, on the Village Green at the corner of West Main and Jefferson Streets in Nashville.
Booths will be open from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m., with breakfast being served in The Village Café beginning at 8 a.m. and lunch offered later in the day.
Although some of the booth names have changed, visitors will still find all of the unique and popular items – and bargains – from Fallfares past, including those at the Trash ‘N’ Treasures, Creative Endeavors, Book Nook, Mostly Apples, Boutique, and Antiques and Collectibles booths.
This year, the Silent Auction and Fine Art Auction have been combined to add to the excitement, and live entertainment will be also provided throughout the day. Because everything is under tents, Fallfare will be held  rain or shine.
Nashville United Methodist Church uses the proceeds from its annual Fallfare to fund missions throughout the community, the nation and the world.

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