Elyse Harney Real Estate

Salisbury’s 2016 Fall Festival

20161003_095759-2Indulge 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 homemade baked 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. Visit the historical exhibit, “A Wilderness Transforming.” Don’t miss the special book sales. Look for local artisans selling hand-made jewelry, textiles, and crafts. Listen to live music  by the Salisbury Band and The Joint Chiefs. Cast your vote in the Scarecrow Contest. Bring the kids!  They’ll enjoy magic shows, hayrides, games, face painting, pumpkin decorating, and crafts.  On Sunday enjoy the annual pancake breakfast, shop till you drop, 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!

EVENTS SCHEDULE

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7
16th Annual Scarecrow Contest
9 am – 6 pm Vote for your favorite scarecrow in each of five categories: Business, Family,
Group, Individual, and Junior. Sponsored by the Salisbury General Store and
Pharmacy. Ballots available at Scarecrow Headquarters in front of the General
Store, 20 Main Street, Salisbury. To enter the contest, contact Kirsten Merritt at
860-435-9388 or kmerritt@spgrx.com.

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 Historical Society

10 am – 4 pm An exhibit, “A Wilderness Transforming,” celebrates the 275th anniversary of
the founding of Salisbury in 1741 and covers the Indian residents of the area,
the English and Dutch settlers, and the early growth of the town.
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 Ladies’ gently worn garments, men’s
slightly used haberdashery
Baked goods and beverages (Parish Hall upstairs through church front entrance)
Left Bank Bookstalls (outside)
Salisbury Congregational Church
10 am – 4 pm Quilt Show (Church)
Treasure Trove Tag Sale (Parish Hall)

Global Crafts with Fair Trade Winds’ products from fair trade artisans and
cooperatives around the world (Parish Hall)
Country Kitchen featuring home-made baked goods (Parish Hall)
Fresh apple crisp to eat in or take out (Parish Hall)
Bread-baking demonstrations (Parish Hall)
11 am – 2 pm Hot Dog Tent

All Saints of America Orthodox Christian Church – at St. John’s Episcopal 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….. (In the narthex
inside the church’s front entrance)
Berkshire Style

10 am – 4 pm A free sweepstakes ticket from the online resource and magazine for everything
in the Berkshire area.
Johnnycake Books

11 am – 5 pm Fall Festival Sale — all books $100 and less are 1/2 price.
Taste of the Holidays at LaBonne’s

3 pm – 8 pm Free samples of delicious offerings from 25 vendors located around the store.
Donations welcome; all proceeds will be donated to local churches.
Interlaken Inn – Route 112, Lakeville, CT

5 pm – 9 pm Harvest Dining Special in Morgan’s at Interlaken – Q Farms chicken pot pie
with root vegetables, creamed potatoes, pearl onions, and truffle oil; $26

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8

St. John’s Episcopal Church
8 am – 2 pm Famous blueberry pancakes. (Parish Hall downstairs through side entrance)

10 am – 4 pm Attic Treasures, costume and fine jewelry Ladies’ gently worn garments, men’s
slightly used haberdashery. Baked goods and beverages (Parish Hall upstairs through church front entrance)

Left Bank Bookstalls (outside)
Noon – 3 pm “Comidas Latinas” food from Central America (outside)

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 Vote for your favorite scarecrow in each of five categories: Business, Family,
Group, Individual, and Junior. Sponsored by the Salisbury General Store and
Pharmacy. Ballots available at Scarecrow Headquarters in front of the General
Store and Pharmacy, 20 Main Street, Salisbury.
Friends of Scoville Library

9 am – 4 pm Renovation Book Sale located in Salisbury Square Building, 15 Academy St,
Salisbury. (Use the entrance closest to Library Street.)
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.
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 “Sweets” food sampling of honey and chocolates..

SOAR – on Scoville Memorial Library lawn
10 am – 3 pm Pop-Up Crafts Center featuring a variety of autumnal crafts for kids and lots of
pumpkins to decorate. Plus pre-decorated pumpkins for sale. All to benefit
SOAR, the Salisbury Central School Enrichment Program.
Salisbury Congregational Church

10 am – 4 pm Quilt Show (Church)
Treasure Trove Tag Sale (Parish Hall)
Country Kitchen featuring home-made baked goods (Parish Hall)
Fresh apple crisp to eat in or take out (Parish Hall)
Global Crafts with Fair Trade Winds’ products from fair trade artisans and
cooperatives around the world (Parish Hall)
Bread-baking demonstrations (Parish Hall)
Children’s Street Fair with games, face painting, and popcorn

11 am Free magic show with Peter James

11 am – 3 pm Hot Dog Tent

11:30 am – 4 pm Hayrides (Library Street)

2 pm Free magic show with Peter James
All Saints of America Orthodox Christian Church – at St. John’s Episcopal 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….. (In the
narthex inside the church’s front entrance)
Berkshire Style

10 am – 4 pm A free sweepstakes ticket from the online resource and magazine for everything
in the Berkshire area.
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, weaving, and much more.

Lakeville United Methodist Church
10 am – 4 pm Bake Sale Tent on Main Street in Salisbury
Salisbury Association Historical Society

10 am – 4 pm An exhibit, “A Wilderness Transforming,” celebrates the 275th anniversary of
the founding of Salisbury in 1741 and covers the Indian residents of the area,
the English and Dutch settlers, and the early growth of the town.
Central School 8th Grade Class

10 am – 4 pm Selling cider, donuts, and holiday wreaths to raise money for class trip to
Washington, D.C.
Noble Horizons Auxiliary

10 am – 4 pm Stop by for information about the 20th Anniversary of the Festival of Trees to
be held November 19 through December 3, and the Holiday Fair on November 19.

Johnnycake Books
11 am – 5 pm Fall Festival Sale — all books $100 and less are 1/2 price.
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 Joint Chiefs – sponsored by Best & Cavallaro Real Estate

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

Salisbury 275th Anniversary Party – in front of Best & Cavallaro Real Estate on Academy Street
3 pm Celebrate with a giant birthday cake, donated by LaBonne’s, and live
music.
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

5 pm – 9 pm Harvest Dining Special in Morgan’s at Interlaken – Q Farms chicken pot pie with
root vegetables, creamed potatoes, pearl onions, and truffle oil; $26

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9
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 Vote for your favorite scarecrow in each of five categories: Business, Family,
Group, Individual, and Junior. Sponsored by the Salisbury General Store and
Pharmacy. Ballots available at Scarecrow Headquarters in front of the General
Store, 20 Main Street, Salisbury.

2 pm Awards announced for each of the five categories, including first place prizes
from Country Bistro, LaBonne’s, Lime Rock Park, Salisbury General Store &
Pharmacy, Sweet William.
Salisbury Association Historical Society

10 am – 3 pm An exhibit, “A Wilderness Transforming,” celebrates the 275th anniversary of
the founding of Salisbury in 1741 and covers the Indian residents of the area,
the English and Dutch settlers, and the early growth of the town.
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, weaving, and much more.
Salisbury Congregational Church

Noon – 3 pm Treasure Trove Tag Sale – ½ price (Parish Hall)
Country Kitchen (Parish Hall)
Global Crafts with Fair Trade Winds’ products from fair trade artisans and
cooperatives around the world (Parish Hall)
St. John’s Episcopal Church

11 am – 3 pm Left Bank Bookstalls (outside)
White Hart Inn and Tri-State Chamber of Commerce – at the White Hart Inn

1 pm Raptor Program from Audubon Sharon featuring “Hawk and Owl.” See these
majestic creatures live in person; learn the importance of protecting these
animals in their natural habitats. Rain (inside) or shine (on lawn).
Salisbury Winter Sports Association (SWSA)

1 pm – 4 pm At the Ski Jumps – the 7th 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.
Interlaken Inn – Route 112, Lakeville

5 pm – 9 pm Harvest Dining Special in Morgan’s at Interlaken – Q Farms chicken pot pie with
root vegetables, creamed potatoes, pearl onions, and truffle oil: $26