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Webster Fall Festival

Sept. 26, 2015 Schedule of Events

FREE ADMISSION

FREE PARKING

Good Old-Fashioned Family Fun!

5484 Webster Church Rd.

Dexter, MI

8am-4pm Rummage Sale
8am-5pm Taste of Webster
10am-4pm Hot Dogs, Pop & Popcorn
10am Live Auction
10am-4pm Artisans in Community Center
10am-5pm Hay Rides
10am-5pm Historical Buildings open
10am-5pm blacksmithing demonstrations
10am-5pm wool spinning demonstrations
10am-5pm Antique Equipment & other displays
10am-1:40pm Music in the Sanctuary
10am-5pm Art Exhibit in the Sanctuary
11am-2pm Luncheon
noon and 2nd game later? Baseball Game played by rules of 1860
12:30pm-5pm Music in the tent
times to be announced School Marm in Podunk School
5pm Hog Calling by Alice Bristle
5pm-7pm Pig Roast

About Us

The Webster Fall Festival is a family-friendly community event, co-sponsored by the Webster United Church of Christ and the Webster Township Historical Society. This event takes place annually on the forth Saturday in September at Webster Corners. There is something for everybody: hay rides, music, crafters, a flea market/rummage sale, an auction, a pet zoo, a Children's carnival, food, displays of antique equipment, historical buildings, baked goods and preserves, demonstrations including wool spinning and blacksmithing, and last but not least, the Pig Roast!

Webster United Church of ChristWebster UCC photo

The Mission of the Webster United Church of Christ is to worship God and proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ: minister with compassion to those troubled of mind, body, and spirit; and be a spiritual home that welcomes all people.

We are an Open and Affirming congregation. Whoever you are, wherever you are on life's journey, you are welcome here.

Webster Township Historical Society

MISSION STATEMENT

  1. To bring together those interested in history, especially the history of Webster Township.
  2. To foster community appreciation for that which has shaped the character of Webster.
  3. To discover and preserve significant artifacts and information illustrative of life in Webster.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

  1. Our primary focus is on rescue and preservation or the authentic rather than facsimile creation.
  2. We recognize that every generation bestows a life style legacy upon succeeding generations.
  3. Entrusted with all that comes under our care, we will make no alternations other than that necessary to preserve in the best possible condition.

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Food

Pig Roastflying pig hat photo

Luncheon

Hot Dogs, Pop and Popcorn

Taste of Webster

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Music and Art

Entertainment Tent

Webster Church Sanctuary: Sights & Sounds of Webster

Sanctuary with art photo

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Artisans and Crafters

10am-4pm in Crossroads Community Center

10am-5pm in Webster UCC Sanctuary

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Activities

Hay Rideshayride photo

Pet Zoollama photo

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Rummage Sale and Auction

Live Auction by Braun & Helmer Auction Service

Rummage Sale:

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Demonstrations and Displays

Blacksmithing demonstrated by Alex Gleasonsteam engine photo

Wool spinning and natural wool dying by Lee Ann Racine

School Marm by Mary Robinson and Betty Fox

Old time baseball game played by the rules of 1860

Antique tractors and equipment

Police/ sniffing Dogs by George Goodman

Sheriff's horses

Kleinschmidt General Store

Old Town Hallbicycle photoOld Town Hall photo

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Maps

Getting there


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Festival Grounds Map

festival grounds map

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Help Us

Volunteering

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Donating

Photos and Video from the 2014 Webster Fall Festival

old time baseball One room school classroom blacksmith auction Nessa in music tent

pink pigphotos by Mary J. Clark or Phyllis Voorheispink pig pink piglast updated Sept. 1, 2015pink pig