Indulge in a hearty breakfast of freshly-made blueberry pancakes,
then wander Main Street for attic treasures, global crafts, and previously-loved
books, jewelry, and clothing in the churches and library.
Purchase delicious homemade baked goods and learn how to make bread.
Enjoy soups and sandwiches, hot dogs, Greek pastries, and Central American dishes.
Look for artisans selling hand-made jewelry, art, and crafts.
Participate in the Bearcat 5K race, 1K youth race, or tots fun run.
Visit the historical exhibit and 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, hay rides, face painting, games,
crafts, and demonstrations of boomerangs and reptiles.
Don't miss the ever popular chili cookoff at Noble Horizons.
Enjoy the annual pancake breakfast and a ham dinner.
End the weekend at the Beer-Tasting Festival up at the ski jumps with gorgeous autumn
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!
For a schedule of activities, click HERE
For a map of the two villages, click HERE
To see a gallery of many more photographs from the 2011 Fall Festival, click HERE.
We thought you might enjoy a few photographs from the 2011 Fall Festival weekend.
The weather was beautiful, the skies clear, and the crowds plentiful.
There was much to enjoy, treasures to buy, activities for kids, and lots of food.
Don’t miss out on the fun! Please join us for
The 2012 Salisbury Fall Festival