We have several exciting shows coming up this fall!!
I thought it would be helpful to list them all in one place! We hope you can make one or a few of the shows!
Eagleville Fall Festival – Sept 24th 9 am – 6 pm, Main Street, Eagleville, TN
From Eagleville’s website…
“Eagleville’s Kickoff-to-Fall Festival, 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Join us for a day of family-friendly entertainment in downtown Eagleville!
Featured entertainment by Runaway Freight, Macey Mac and Gypsy Carnes, Jeff Blaney, Bill Bennell, Beechgrove Bob Band, Mid-State Cloggers and more.
Kid’s Corner has a Petting Zoo, Inflatables, Face Painting, and games for the kids. Come Join Us For A Day Of Fun!”
This was our very first show we ever did! Here is the link to pictures from last year’s show!
This is a great event to bring your family too! There will be lots going on and plenty to keep everyone having fun! Free admission and parking!
Come check it out if you are in the Eagleville area! All 6 of you! 😉 For the rest of you that aren’t Eagleville-ian’s, Eagleville is between Franklin and Murfreesboro. It’s a short drive from 840 and takes less than 30 mins from Franklin, Brentwood, Nolensville, Murfreesboro, Chapel Hill, or College Grove. Come check out our little town and stop at the antique store or Maple Street Grille!
Harvest Junker’s Market at Pick-It-Fence Junktique – October 1st (10 am – 5 pm) and October 2nd (1 pm- 4 pm) 423 N Walnut St, Murfreesboro, TN
This event should be a lot of fun! They will have a lot of antique, vintage, and “junker” booths! So, it’s definitely not just a craft fair!
We did this event in the spring (see photos here.)
We saw lots of old signs, repurposed furniture, farm tools, rusty “junk”, craft booths, and lots of great “farmhouse” décor. I would highly suggest this event for anyone into the farmhouse/vintage look! Free admission and parking! Come check it out if you are in the Murfreesboro area!
Jenkins Cumberland Presbyterian Church Sleigh Bells Bazar – Nov 5th 8 am – 4 pm, 2501 York Rd, Nolensville, TN
We participated in this event last year also, check out photos here!
This show wasn’t the busiest one we had, which can be a good thing if you like to take your time looking and avoid large crowds! It will be indoors, so very easy to shop and spend part of your day there! This will be a great show to shop for Christmas gifts and new home décor! There will be some direct sellers (last year we saw Pampered Chef and Thirty One) so that makes it a little different. This is a great event for your family to come to, as they have photos with Santa (10-2). They also have breakfast and lunch!
Be sure to check this one out if you are in the Nolensville area! There will be a silent auction and bake shop goodies as well! Over 65 booths! Free admission and parking!
Elk Valley Crafters Annual Christmas Craft Show – Nov 12 and 13, Lincoln County High School (1233 Huntsville Hwy), Fayetteville, TN
This show is supposed to be a big one! The town of Fayetteville has a big “Host of Christmas Past” celebration and this show is in conjunction with that!
We haven’t done this show yet (heard great things, though!), but we did do the Spring Elk Valley Crafters Show. You can check out photos of that event here!
This should be a great show for unique holiday shopping! The show is put on by a Crafter’s Association and they will definitely have some great products! This show is supposed to be a lot bigger than the Spring, so we aren’t quite sure what we are in for, but I’m sure it will be great no matter!
This show supports a lot of local charities and organizations, and has free admission and parking! If you are in the Fayetteville area, I think it would definitely be worth checking out and you might get a few Christmas gifts taken care of!
Centennial Holiday Craft Show – Nov 19 (9 am – 6 pm) and Nov 20 (12 pm – 4 pm), Centennial High School (5050 Mallory Ln, Franklin, TN)
We have not done this show but are very excited to be accepted into it! We have heard great things about this show and can’t wait to see what it’s all about!
Information from the show website states…
The show averages 4000-6000 shoppers and features more than 195 booths showcasing handcrafted items.
So it should be a pretty big event!
Now, this show does charge for admission. Only $4! (If you get the Clipper magazine, I think I’ve seen coupons in there before!) But I think it will be worth it to support the school and check out that many booths!
This should be an awesome Christmas market place and a great place to get some of those Christmas gifts taken care of!
They also have door prizes that will be given away, so you might even win something!
If you are in the Franklin area, I would definitely come check it out! This would be a great event to check out with your best shopping friends, or a fun family event!
We are going to be busy busy busy! But we are so excited for the Fall season to get here and get out to these fun shows! We always meet the best vendors, make great connections with our customers, and have a fun time doing it together!
We hope you can join us at one or a few shows!