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September 15 - 26, 2017
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Cell phone 979-966-7820
La Grange office: 979-249-4149
Notice: New advertiser deadline for the fall 2017 edition is July 15, 2017.
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Year-round fun in Fayetteville
Looking for something to do that is a break from the hustle and bustle of the main drag of Texas Antiques Week? Fayetteville may be your answer and its only short drive from Highway 237.
The area was settled in the 1820s by members of Stephen F. Austins Colony and has more than 340 structures on the National Register of Historic Places along with numerous state historical markers within the city limits.
A stroll around the town square will give you a taste of the influences left by those who settled here, mostly Germans and Czechs, and it is hard not to be enamored by the charm of this Texas jewel.
This is a wonderful little town, said Judy Rackley, owner of Yesterdays Past. We have all kinds of everything going on year-round. People are always surprised when they get off the beaten path. Once they discover Fayetteville, they come back.
Everything you need to have a great time is located in the square, from re-sale items, gifts, home decor, antiques and flowers to art and dining.
Dont forget there are many events to enjoy in Fayetteville between shows. In April, the Texas Pickin Park and Market Days (second Saturday of the month) is April 14 and the MS 150 bike ride comes to town April 21. The annual fire department fundraiser BBQ and auction is May 5, along with an art show on the 5 and 6. Also, there will be a city-wide garage sale Saturday, July 14.
So be sure to stop by Fayetteville, either during the shows or in between. For more information, visit: fayettevilletx.org
Mark your calendar for the third weekend in October! You wont want to miss the festivities during the 36th Annual Lickskillet Days in nearby Fayetteville, Texas.
October 20 and 21, the town celebrates the areas German and Czech heritage. Slated to be the biggest and best Lickskillet ever, there will be oodles to see and do.
This annual family-friendly event features kids activity, food concessions, kolaches, arts and crafts, Czech dancers, polka music and other live entertainment, a street dance, raffles, the Lickskillet Queen Pageant, and the ever-popular Lickskillet Parade.
Over the years, German and Czech immigrants have called this small community home, naming and renaming it many times. At one point, Fayetteville was referred to as Lick Skillet (Lickskillet). Supposedly, latecomers to the numerous community festivals, who complained that all the food was gone, were told to lick the skillet.