First is the Old Fashion Country Fair on Oct. 19 followed by the Downtown Trick or Treat on Oct. 31. The Christmas Festival and parade is on Dec. 14.
“Folks we are going to need a lot of help to make these events happen,” Dan Freeman said in an email. “They have grown to a point where three or four people just can’t handle everything anymore.
“I have called for a meeting for Wednesday Sept. 11 at 6 p.m. at the Solid Rock Cafe to discuss the Country Fair. I have broken the event down into four groups: the car show, the tractor show, the arts and crafts, and the food vendors. Think about where you would fit best and let us know.
“These events are so important to our survival downtown, and it’s just as important that they happen smoothly and without incident.”