Event Calendar For July 2018

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Museum
2nd Sat & By Appt
Fayetteville Area Heritage Museum was established on May 22, 1986.  It was founded by Janette Donaldson, Louis "Buddy" Polansky and his wife Irene.  Buddy, the visionary, dedicated his life to salvaging, collecting, and then preserving precious items from Fayetteville and the area during a time when "newer was better".  Buddy (pictured at the door) is gone, but his spirit survives.   In addition to being the Home of the Teddy Schultz Model Trains and Railroad Collection, the museum also houses Memorabilia from the Baca Band, remnants from the demolished St John Catholic Church circa 1911, and many other fascinating historic artifacts reflecting the area s Czech, German, and African American Heritage. 

On Historic Town Square
11 AM-2 PM
119 N Washington
832-338-6630
FWD

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City Wide Garage Sale
Sat July 14
Fayetteville's City Wide Garage Sale - Held annually Since 1996! Find bargains and treasures at Fayetteville's world famous City Wide Garage Sale on the second Saturday of July. Antique dealers, collectors, and junk enthusiasts will revel in the variety of garage sale items spread out around Fayetteville and in the square. During the day, enjoy the specials held by the local merchants and then set up your lawn chairs for Fayetteville Picking Park activities. Maps showing the locations of the garage sales will be available for treasure hunters at most garage sale locations and at the Vistitor Center in the Old Bank Building on the Square. Be our Guest at one of these Family Friendly Events. Plan your Reunions Weddings around it.  Go to www.StayInFayetteville.com to see our Hotel BnB Lodging options.

Stop & Shop Fayetteville
8am - ?
123 N Washington
713-598-6331
FREE

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Picking Park
2nd Sat
The Fayetteville Picking Park live acoustic bluegrass jam meets each second Saturday of the month (January-November), on the square in Fayetteville.  Free to the public and participants.  Bring a lawn chair.  A slow jam will take place in the Old Fire Station led by Lou Lou Barbour.  Jams will take place all throughout the square during the day.  All levels of players welcome. Old Fire Station will close at 10:00 pm.  There will still be jamming in the gazebo and the square after 10:00 pm.

Historic Town Square
All Day
112 N Washington St
979-451-0067
FREE

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